Pastoral work is what Fr. Stan Czarnecki, SJ, loves best.
Subject Area: Spirituality
The retirement party has concluded, the new home office has been set up, but for what? So many retired or semiretired people who have experienced rich careers, sticky problems to solve, people to care for, or businesses to build, find themselves asking the critical question—what now? One person spoke of calculating how many days are left …
Fr. Karl Kiser, SJ, to succeed V. Rev. Brian Paulson, SJ, as provincial of the Midwest Jesuits Though he had been a Jesuit in the Chicago area for nearly 40 years and is a native of the suburb of Waukegan, Illinois, for the V. Rev. Brian Paulson, SJ, serving as provincial of the Midwest Jesuits …
Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem is presenting an online Holy Week Series with presentations and reflections that mark the significance of each day of Holy Week according to various traditions of the Christian churches of the Holy Land.
Jesuit-educated food industry professionals improvise to keep their businesses, and their employees and customers, safe and healthy
Br. Jim Heidrick, SJ, a locksmith at Creighton University
We are called to Ignatian contemplation and reflective prayer to encourage us in the season of Lent. Below we highlight Lent resources in the tradition of Ignatian spirituality.
For Thanksgiving, we’re sharing an Examen prayer of gratitude, adapted by Marquette University Campus Ministry.
On October 4, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Pope Francis released his third encyclical, titled “Fratelli Tutti,” and subtitled “on fraternity and social friendship.”
Located on the campus of Xavier University in Cincinnati, Bellarmine Chapel serves the wider community; parishioners of all ages come from more than 60 zip codes.