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 […]
The following article reflects only the view of the author, and not the opinions of all Daily Theology contributors. When I was an undergraduate at Boston College, the Campus Ministry […]
In the year 399 in Constantinople, the wealthy government official Eutropius, a man known for his lavish lifestyle and attempts to strip churches of their right to serve as a […]
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 […]
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 […]
Last summer, Scranton Preparatory School in Scranton, Pennsylvania, appointed a new president, Rev. Ryan Maher, S.J. But not so long ago, Fr. Maher was an associate dean at Georgetown […]
In honor of the the feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola (July 31st) and in gratitude for the many Jesuits who shape our lives as theologians and Christians, Daily Theology re-imagines the story of St. Ignatius.
At the outset of this post, I’ll admit that I don’t have a particular devotion to this venerable saint and until recently I didn’t know much about her at all, […]
For two wonderful years, I was a faculty member at Xavier High School in New York City. Although no stranger to Jesuits and Jesuit education, I admit I knew little […]