Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalJanuary 17, 2020
There is still much that remains unknown about the enslaved people owned, rented and borrowed by the Catholic Church.
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalJanuary 10, 2020
An interview with Martha Hennessy
Arts & Culture Jesuitical
JesuiticalDecember 27, 2019
It’s the end of an era.
Arts & Culture Jesuitical
JesuiticalDecember 20, 2019
“I’ve been asked: How did you build this character? I didn’t. He did, and I follow in his footsteps.”
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalDecember 13, 2019
This week we talk to author and writer, Kaya Oakes.
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalDecember 06, 2019
The story of Catholics and the AIDS epidemic in the United States is often told as one of “gays versus the church.” But the reality was much more complicated.
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalNovember 22, 2019
This week, we welcome, for the second time, Stephanie Butnick and Liel Leibovitz, two-thirds of the Jewish podcast, “Unorthodox.”
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalNovember 15, 2019
Pope Francis’ reforms of the church are, depending on whom you ask, a long-awaited breath of fresh air or a slippery slope toward surrender to the modern world.
Politics & Society Jesuitical
JesuiticalNovember 08, 2019
On the podcast “Know Your Enemy,” self-described Bernie Bros try to understand their political rivals on the right’s own terms, providing “a leftist’s guide to the conservative movement.”
Faith Jesuitical
JesuiticalOctober 25, 2019
Getting to know the tiny town where McCarrick was sent to live.