Serenity (Photography by Ricky Staub)
Faith Faith in Focus
Ricky StaubOctober 19, 2017
There’s a big difference between engagement and encounter.
Faith jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessOctober 06, 2017
Fun fact: The Grammy-nominated musician went to a Jesuit high school in Newfoundland.
Clergy of many faiths from across the United States participate in a prayer circle on Nov. 3, 2016, in front of a bridge in Standing Rock, N.D., where demonstrators confront police during a protest of the Dakota Access pipeline. (CNS photo/Stephanie Keith, Reuters)
Faith Dispatches
Eileen MarkeyOctober 05, 2017
Long before Pope Francis articulated in “Laudato Si’” a comprehensive Catholic call to care for the physical environment, Agape members were focused on treading lightly on the earth and combining a contemplative lifestyle with frontline environmental and peace activism.
Black Elk as a Catholic teacher and as a Lakota leader. (Left photo: Marquette University Archives, Bureau of Catholic Indian Mission Records, ID 00559; right photo: Marquette University Archives, Bureau of Catholic Indian Mission Records, ID 01287/Ben Hunt)
Faith Features
Sainthood for Black Elk could help the inclusion of indigenous Americans within the Catholic Church, but it also raises questions about the church's role in erasing Lakota culture.
Politics & Society Podcasts
Olga SeguraSeptember 22, 2017
On this week's jesuitical, we talk with Catholic rockstar, Audrey Assad.
Faith Faith in Focus
Simcha FisherSeptember 21, 2017
Everybody feels like they’re no good at least some of the time. Everybody feels, at some point, like no one is listening. But in Christ, everything good, true and beautiful is worth expressing, even if no one seems to hear.