Faith Short TakeSam Sawyer, S.J. November 15, 2018
The tragedy of the last week is that the faithful are left to read tea leaves to understand what their bishops and their pope are trying to do in the first place. The Vatican’s action, which in the past could have been interpreted and explained over time, instead provokes a crisis of faith in
Faith Faith in FocusSam Sawyer, S.J. August 16, 2018
On the Feast of the Assumption and following more revelations of sexual abuse, a priest reflects on the hard work required for the church to “come to perfection.”
Politics & Society NewsSam Sawyer, S.J. January 19, 2018
Some students had reservations about politicians whose pro-life commitment was too narrow.
Faith Faith in FocusSam Sawyer, S.J. January 19, 2018
The Gospel we heard today is a tactical trainwreck. It tells us to offer no resistance to enemies and love them instead.
Faith Of Many ThingsSam Sawyer, S.J. March 22, 2017
Being comfortable receiving and processing information faster unfortunately does not correlate with our ability to assess that information for truth, much less for wisdom.
Explainer: Why Pope Francis’ comments on women’s ordination are both business as usual and a big dealSam Sawyer, S.J. November 03, 2016
Why Pope Francis' comments are both business as usual and something worth talking about.