Star Trek depicts a time where humans have moved beyond the need for wealth and possessions. Seems like the Christian hope.
Jim Gaffigan is amazed his priest would give up a life of fame and money for a deeper calling. Figures throughout history—Ignatius included—have done just that.
Religious themes are certainly not absent from Star Trek. Here’s an encore post of What Is Death?
An interview with Stacey Jackson from The Sisterhood on discernment, spirituality, and finding God.
When Data asks Captain Picard about death, Picard finds himself in a sort of meditation Ignatius would be proud of.
I’ve started re-watching the first two seasons of the Netflix series House of Cards and I noticed something I hadn’t before that we can really learn from. Claire and Frank […]
A brief moment of Ignatian spirituality in Netflix’s House of Cards.
Reaching our dreams through the daily decisions we make. The Mother from HIMYM gives us an example.
The gift of presence is sometimes more healing than fixing an unfixable problem. God sits with us and feels our feelings with us.