I was a sophomore in Theresa Sanders‘s “Systematic Theology” course. Over the course of the semester, we read (at least most of) Karl Rahner’s Foundations of Christian Faith–difficult yet exhilarating work that solidified for me that […]
Category: Ignatian Spirituality
On Dialogue and Dealing with Others
While it’s hard to say whether or how Jesus would vote in this election, we can be sure that attempting to understand, empathize, and engage our “enemies” in genuine dialogue is essential to loving them as Jesus taught his followers to do.
A Pentecostal Prays the Exercises
By: Rev. Jonathan Rice Having been raised in an Assemblies of God church since birth, having an encounter with God through prayer was nothing new. Sunday nights were spent around the church altar interceding for God’s […]
Theology Ruined My Life
By: Elizabeth Nawrocki When I officially decided to switch my major from biology to theology during sophomore year, I knew the transition would be a little rough. No longer would my nights be filled with […]
The Ignatian Character of Residential Campus Ministry
For the feast day of St. Ignatius (July 31st), founder of the Society of Jesus (or Jesuits), I’d like to consider the Ignatian character of campus ministry, particularly in the way it is conducted on many Catholic […]
“He Became Perturbed and Deeply Troubled” – The Com-passion of Christ in the Face of Evil
Two weeks from the celebration of the Resurrection of the Lord, and one week from Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, the readings from the fourth gospel, John 11, invite us to meditate on God’s […]
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