Faith JesuiticalJesuiticalMarch 27, 2020
An interview with Bishop John Stowe of Lexington, Ky.
Politics & Society JesuiticalJesuiticalMarch 20, 2020
We aren’t even close to overreacting; we need to support our medical professionals; it’s normal to be afraid, but we don’t need to be conquered by our fear.
What’s it like to say Mass on death row? An interview with the Jesuit chaplain of San Quentin prisonJesuiticalMarch 06, 2020
Each day, George Williams, S.J., passes through metal doors plastered with the word “CONDEMNED” to minister to the men of San Quentin State Prison.
Faith JesuiticalJesuiticalFebruary 28, 2020
It is a beautiful thing when the sacred and the quirky come together in such a way that only Catholicism can arrange.
Faith JesuiticalJesuiticalJanuary 31, 2020
Mychael Schilmoeller was part of a delegation of young adults who accompanied their bishops on their “ad limina” visit to Rome to meet with Pope Francis.
Politics & Society JesuiticalJesuiticalJanuary 24, 2020
An interview with Marine Corps veteran Pete Lucier
Faith JesuiticalJesuiticalJanuary 17, 2020
There is still much that remains unknown about the enslaved people owned, rented and borrowed by the Catholic Church.
Faith JesuiticalJesuiticalJanuary 10, 2020
An interview with Martha Hennessy