The simple power of eye contact: It’s risky, but it affirms our existence.
“Freedom is slavery.” “Desire is thoughtcrime.” 1984’s dystopian world vehemently opposes the Christian and Ignatian value of the self.
A call to human and divine encounter. Also, details on a special offer for Pope Francis’ new book.
Does God redeem the rest of the natural world? What if we humans were not as superior as we thought?
The shift from Holy Week to Easter reminds us of our daily dying and rising.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the restoration of the Jesuits. Their suppression and restoration fits well into Lent and Easter themes of darkness and hope.
This Lent, try finding the ascetical practices in your life that already happen every day.
What good are material things if you just wrap them in plastic and never fully enjoy them?
The evening follow-up to the morning meditation on grace. (Companions morning meditation)