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.
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 […]
Growing up in a parish dedicated to St. Mary of the Assumption, with so many stained glass windows, statues, songs and prayers dedicated to events in the life of the […]
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 […]
The 2014 meeting of the Synod of Bishops ended this past weekend. Many have commented on the interim relatio that came out last week and on the final report that […]
July 31st is the feast day of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus (the “Jesuits”). The Jesuits are a religious order, officially founded in 1540 […]
Francis’ recent interview is replete with language of discernment, which is not so surprising from a Jesuit pope. Often discernment is described as a strategy for decision making, and indeed […]