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The nightly news offers stories of migrant families struggling for survival. Arriving in Morocco, Danilo was shocked to find something else: hope.
Danilo Mendoza Rugama, SJ
2 days 18 hours ago
The release of Spotify Wrapped every year has become an occasion for an informal examen of the past year. As you go through your most listened to songs, artists, and genres, what do they say about you? Does God speak to you through music? Nate Cortas, SJ, reflects on his own Spotify Wrapped and invites us all to do the same.
Nate Cortas, SJ
3 days 18 hours ago
Marvel’s latest film is an exploration of loss, grief, and the importance of spirituality in dealing with the reality of death.
Sean Barry, SJ
4 days 18 hours ago
Advent is here! This is a season of waiting but sometimes waiting feels like a waste of time. Deacon Tim Breen, SJ, reflects on how we can grow as we wait.
Tim Breen, SJ
6 days 18 hours ago
In the Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius leads us to focus on the life of Christ. The grace of this week is to “know Jesus more clearly, to love him dearly, and follow him more nearly.” All the meditations of this week help us do just that.
Aric Serrano, SJ
1 week ago
Reflecting on the Vietnamese martyrs, Eddie sees a vision of the Church that fulfills the Evangelical promise. May the life of Lê Thị Thành inspire us to be, to do something more.
Eddie Ngo, SJ
1 week ago
Today is the Feast of the Vietnamese Martyrs. Among them is Lê Thị Thành, who risked her life in order to help priests minister to the people of Vietnam. Eddie Ngo, SJ, reflects on her heroism and faith.
Eddie Ngo, SJ
1 week 1 day ago
With funeral processions visible in the streets, Conan reflects on the liturgical value of the song “Remember Me” from Coco.
Conan Rainwater, SJ
1 week 4 days ago
Jesus Christ is King of the Universe, which means...everything! Brendan Gottschall, SJ, reflects on today's Solemnity and what it means to call Jesus the King of the Universe.
Brendan Gottschall, SJ
2 weeks ago
In his second installment of this season’s Deacon’s Diary, Damian reflects on how the journey of life has beginnings and endings.
Damian Torres-Botello, SJ
2 weeks 1 day ago
How a Catholic Princeton professor got me thinking about finding God in all things, especially literature, beginning with her own book.
Patrick Hyland, SJ
2 weeks 2 days ago
Reflecting on a fraternal love of soccer, Ty wonders what reconciling possibilities the world’s largest sporting event might have.
Ty Wahlbrink, SJ
2 weeks 4 days ago
When we are in the car, we have to keep our eyes on the road. When it comes to our faith, we have to keep our eyes on Jesus. Emanuel Arenas, SJ, reflects on keeping focused and avoiding distractions in this week's One-Minute Homily.
Emmanuel Arenas, SJ
2 weeks 6 days ago
What does an an ancient saint have to do with Veteran’s Day? Read how St. Martin of Tours helps us understand fidelity to the call to serve.
Ian Peoples, SJ
3 weeks ago
As Christians, we know that it all boils down to love. Sometimes that can be a comfort, but what about when it’s scary?
Uli Covarrubias, SJ
3 weeks 2 days ago
The third and final season of Derry Girls brings more of the same comedy that we’ve come to expect, while showing more of the conflict present in Ireland at the time. As we look at conflicts in the present, maybe this show can help us find hope in troubled times.
Sean Barry, SJ
3 weeks 3 days ago
In a new musical, Henry VII’s six wives are resurrected. Watching their reclaimed stories, Andrew found himself in tears mourning lives un-lived.
Andrew Milewski, SJ
3 weeks 4 days ago
Jesus tells us that God is the God of the living. This is the source of our hope. Dan Finucane, SJ, reflects on how this hope can bring us new life.
Dan Finucane, SJ
4 weeks ago
There are many reasons to prefer one kind of car or truck over others, but one we often don't consider is the difference among cars in protecting pedestrians.
Daniel Mascarenhas, SJ
4 weeks 1 day ago
On the Feast of All Souls, many people fondly remember their deceased grandparents. For Billy, that experience of boundless love for an elder helped break through a distracting period of prayer.
Billy Critchley-Menor, SJ
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