Faith DispatchesEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.September 21, 2018
Pope Francis ends his official visit to Vilnius on Sunday evening at the Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights, housed in the former headquarters of the K.G.B.
Faith DispatchesEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.September 20, 2018
Francis is visiting Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia to help mark their centennial of independence from czarist Russia.
Arts & Culture IdeasEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.June 05, 2018
Teilhard’s Six Propositions were locked away until 2007 when they were discovered in the Jesuit archives in Rome.
Faith Vantage PointEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.May 17, 2018
Juzefa Maciokiene recalls her ministry to her fellow prisoners 50 years ago, when she served them—to use her word and theirs—as their priest.
Politics & SocietyEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.February 04, 2018
Super Bowl week is the holiest of sports weeks, and the Sunday game the holiest of Sabbaths.
Politics & Society FaithEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.September 13, 2017
As coverage of Hurricane Irma grew, I was transported back to family trips down to Florida.
Arts & Culture Last TakeEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.September 01, 2017
Five years after his death, remembering the Jesuit cardinal and his close connection with the youth of Milan
Arts & Culture ArtEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.August 11, 2017
At the Museo dell’ Opera in Florence, museumgoers are able to encounter not just the art, but also the artist and the religious mystery behind the work.
Arts & Culture IdeasEdward W. Schmidt, S.J.August 02, 2017
Rather than simply showing artifacts and manuscripts, the American Writers Museum presents a number of screens and displays, many of them interactive, to engage visitors with the rich heritage of American writers.