James Martin, S.J. November 11, 2019
The Rev. James Martin, S.J., leads listeners through an Examen prayer with a reflection on the courage of Mother Cabrini, the patron saint of immigrants.
James Martin, S.J. November 04, 2019
The Rev. James Martin, S.J., leads listeners through an Examen focusing on the experience of praying while you're tempted.
Valerie Schultz November 04, 2019
We women do not want to make waves; we do not want to upset people. But the moment for all of us to act is decidedly now.
The Editors November 01, 2019
The Pew Research Center recently declared that so-called nones, or the religiously unaffiliated, make up 26 percent of the U.S. population, up from 17 percent only a decade ago.
Robert Dean Lurie November 01, 2019
The technological changes Guardini witnessed during his lifetime (1885-1968) were far more dramatic, jarring and violent than anything we are likely to see in our own era. Yet the deeper I go into his writings, the more convinced I become of their urgency and relevance in the here and now.
Sister Jean Dwyan laughs with a resident at the St. Louis Residence of the Little Sisters of the Poor in January 2014. (CNS photo/Lisa Johnston, St. Louis Review)
Jim McDermott October 29, 2019
“Up until the last five or 10 years, Mass was offered every day. Then it was hard to get priests [every day]; then it was hard to get priests on the weekend. There were [fewer priests] in the parishes and they were being stretched thin.”