Faith InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.May 05, 2020
Mary McGinnity, the National Executive Director for Ignatian Volunteer Corps, reflects on service, Ignatian spirituality and 25 years of I.V.C.
Faith InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.March 02, 2020
The Very Rev. Mark Morozowich on the role of women deacons in the early Eastern church and how historical theology shapes our discussion on the question of women deacons now.
Faith InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.February 03, 2020
America's "The Word" columnist, Jaime L. Waters, reflects on how her Catholic faith informs her academic and spiritual understanding of sacred Scripture.
Politics & Society InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.January 06, 2020
As we learn more and more about this history, we learn it’s not just a Jesuit story. While our focus is on the history and legacy of Jesuit slaveholding, what has become clear is the centrality of slaveholding in the history of the Catholic Church
Faith InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.December 04, 2019
Kathryn Jean Lopez on her career, her new book and her ongoing drift from conservative politics to Catholic spirituality.
Faith InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.November 04, 2019
Father George Elliot discusses his latest book on vocational discernment and the power of prayer in determining God's will.
Faith DispatchesSean Salai, S.J.October 11, 2019
The Rev. Dr. Will Adam, an official in the Anglican Communion, offers his perspective on the upcoming canonization of John Henry Newman.
Arts & Culture InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.October 07, 2019
Mr. Pearce, an English-born Catholic critic, talks about the latest developments in research on Shakespeare's faith life.
Politics & Society InterviewsSean Salai, S.J.September 03, 2019
John Sexton, an American attorney and former president of New York University, reflects on serving as a Catholic educator at a secular university, increased political polarization in the U.S. and his newest book "Standing for Reason: The University in a Dogmatic Age."