We love being able to claim we’re solely responsible for our successes. But today’s readings remind us that none of us get to where we are on our own, nor should we want to.
Reflection: It might be cliché, but Jesus really is there with us for good times and bad. Let’s embrace it.
It’s a cliché but these two miracles say it well: Jesus is there for us in good times and bad. Jesus celebrates with us; Jesus heals us when we are broken.
"The role of prayer and prudential judgment on behalf of all Catholics, but also especially, in a particular way, the shepherds of the church is so important."
In ‘The Crown,’ the royal family is miserable. What would St. Ignatius say about duty, freedom and the monarchy?
James Martin, S.J., and Kerry Weber on ‘The Crown’: What does it mean to uphold one’s duty? What does it mean to be free?
George M. Anderson, S.J., who died on Aug. 4 at age 86, was for many years the conscience of America magazine, especially in his focus on and commitment to the poor.
Social distancing and the sacraments: How the coronavirus pandemic has changed our sense of communion
What that community looks like these days has changed, most notably in the inability to gather to celebrate the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
These days, the only thing I am certain about is that because of the pandemic everything has changed and will continue to change in ways I can’t yet know.