At a stressful time in a doom-laden culture, the prospect of a climate-change-centered horror movie might sound daunting. But ...
You’ve probably seen the little cardboard boxes that pop up in classrooms, dining rooms and churches during Lent. But do you ...
Ukrainians “are tired but not discouraged” after two years of war against Russia. They do not see peace on the horizon, but ...
Physician-assisted suicide can seem like an easy fix to a health care system reluctant to deal with end-of-life issues. But ...
February is Black History Month, and Catholic Movie Club is going to focus on the work of Black directors. I’ve invited a ...
I understand that yoga can be a controversial practice. But for many of us older people, it helps us pay attention to our ...
This week on Jesuitical, Zac and Ashley welcome Meg Kissinger, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and author of While You Were Out: An ...
Despite the irreverent “homecoming” funeral for actor and author Cecilia Gentili not going as planned, New York Cardinal ...
The Weekly Dispatch takes a deep dive into breaking events and issues of significance around our world and our nation today, ...
Three would seem to be a magic number for John Patrick Shanley. When his play “Doubt” first opened Off-Broadway in 2004, he was premiering another play at the Public Theater, “Sailor’s Song,” while a ...
The greatest gift the church can give to our youth is to better serve their parents. This would begin with listening to us.
We risk missing the lessons of Alexei Navalny’s death for his principles if we ignore his very Christian understanding of ...