Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal is, as their website states, “a scholarly, peer reviewed, open access, online journal focused on the development, advancement, and critique of higher education in the Jesuit tradition.” The latest issue has articles on topics including “Sport at the Service of Human Development: Distinctly Jesuit Athletics,” “Teaching Magis at College: Meaning, Mission, and Moral Responsibility,” and “Occupational Therapy: A Partner for Justice in Jesuit Higher Education.” Read journal articles and subscribe […]
The Review for Religious ceased publication in January, but this venerable journal lives on, perhaps forever, at a digital archive that has just gone online. The Review was published quarterly for 70 years by the Jesuits of the Missouri Province. It covered many topics pertinent to religious and to others as well.
The Jesuits sponsor some impressive websites devoted to commentary on culture and politics. The busiest is America magazine. Its blog “In All Things” is especially interesting. The editors have recently added a weekly podcast. The British Jesuits’ Thinking Faith has lively film reviews and articles. (They recently ran a very thoughtful review of my book about the Examen, A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer.) The Jesuits in Australia operate a very energetic online magazine called Eureka Street. […]