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The Importance of Authenticity

At The Jesuit Post, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ, writes about “Critique and Authenticity: When the Ideal Obscures the Good.” He relates a story of a...

Pope’s Message for Lent

In his message for Lent 2015, Pope Francis warns against “a globalization of indifference.” He says: Indifference to our neighbour and to God also represents...

How Coffee Can Wake Up the Spiritual

At God in All Things, Jacqueline Shrader writes about the Theology of Coffee. Ignatian spirituality suggests invoking our senses and imagination to encounter God and...

Please and Our Relationships

Most of us don’t think about the word please much in our daily interactions with colleagues, family, or friends. But Randy Roche, SJ, took some...

Pope’s Three Steps to Ensure Joy

As we close the year 2014, we are still celebrating the Christmas season. Earlier this month, Pope Francis in a parish visit shared three...

Happy Thanksgiving

Americans celebrate Thanksgiving today. Take a few moments before the feast to contemplate the true gifts we’re celebrating this day. Be inspired by some...

Pilgrims

This close to Thanksgiving, the word “pilgrim” has one meaning for Americans. But we’re all pilgrims in life, as St. Ignatius knew. In this...

Ebola and the Questions of Suffering

Brendan Busse, SJ, offers food for thought related to ebola reports. What if the lives and suffering of others actually affected us? Here’s another question: What...

Soap-Bubble Christians

In yesterday’s morning homily, Pope Francis spoke on the theme of vanity. In one notable section, he asked: “How many Christians live for appearances?...

Success in God’s Terms

William Barry, SJ, writes for the Ignatian Volunteer Corps: If we look honestly at the history of the world God is creating, we would have...

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