In “Andor,” Tony Gilroy paints the Empire at its most oppressive. Surveillance has become near total: Anyone can be found almost anywhere.
Have a meal prayer, share responsibility, take your time at the table: Tips for a grace-filled Thanksgiving
If you’re looking at Turkey Day with a certain amount of apprehension, here are a few tips from Jesuit life that we’ve found help make things not only manageable but sometimes unexpectedly great.
What’s the role of Catholic parishes in a changing and polarized world? 3 lessons from a Louisiana church
In the face of a changing climate and polarized politics, the people of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Cut Off, La., have learned to trust in God’s care and the care of one another.
How is a song used in 100 holiday ads somehow connected to Ukraine? It turns out every carol that we sing at Christmas has a story behind it, some inspiring, some strange.
Every movie is like a pilgrimage. It invites us into a journey with the promise of some holy destination, and a good one calls us to an appreciation of community.
When you talk to Catholics about the church today, especially younger Catholics, a frequent complaint is that the church is not a welcoming place. How are we responding?