In 2019, Caitlin Flanagan wrote an essay for The Atlantic titled, ‘The Dishonesty of the Abortion Debate.’ This week, the hosts of Jesuitical, talk to Caitlin about what a more honest (and charitable) conversation might look like.
Whether you are an agnostic seeker who’s curious about the whole “prayer” thing or a seasoned Catholic looking to deepen your relationship with God, James Martin, S.J., has a book for you—and everyone else.
This week on Jesuitical, the hosts talk with Father Bryan Massingale about the toxic mix of racism, idolatry and spiritual emptiness on display at the Capitol on Jan. 6—and how Christians should respond.
The Jesuit chaplain of the House is retiring. Here’s what he wants you to know about members of Congress.
It’s easy to be mad at politicians, Father Conroy says. But they are human beings doing a hard job in a toxic environment. So we should pray for them, too.