Arts & Culture IdeasKevin Jackson May 22, 2020
Jason Isbell’s music dares us to practice intentional, engaged listening precisely because that is what Isbell himself is bringing to it.
Arts & Culture TelevisionKevin Jackson April 24, 2020
The first thing I noticed when tuning into “The Last Dance” were Michael Jordan’s eyes. The second was his glass of tequila.
Politics & Society FeaturesKevin Jackson March 20, 2020
A changing legal landscape in college sports has renewed the discussion of what is “fair” for college athletes when it comes to compensation.
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin Jackson November 01, 2019
According to a new survey, a large share of U.S. Catholics still have doubts about the ability of religious leaders to admit and take responsibility for mistakes. But no one fares worse than members of Congress in terms of public trust.
Arts & Culture BooksKevin Jackson October 29, 2019
John W. O’Malley's ‘When Bishops Meet’ challenges readers to understand the lasting importance of three monumental councils of the church.
Politics & Society NewsKevin Jackson October 22, 2019
The connection between the Amazon region and the church in the United States runs deeper than it might first appear.
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin Jackson October 18, 2019
The overall tone of the evening was lighthearted and provided a chance for prominent business executives, church leaders and politicians to come together in friendship and charity. This unity was helped by the fact that no one was safe from the jokes of Martin Short, the master of ceremonies for
Politics & Society DispatchesKevin Jackson October 08, 2019
As the number of reported cases of vaping-related illness in the U.S. soars over 1000, many Catholic schools are taking action to prevent vaping among students.
Faith Faith in FocusKevin Jackson September 27, 2019
Malcolm Gladwell joins the hosts of Jesuitical for a conversation about his experience in thinking like a Jesuit.
Politics & Society NewsKevin Jackson September 20, 2019
Climate strikes led primarily by young people are happening around the world. How are Jesuit schools engaging with this issue?