In line to see the pope is where I first experienced the universal, catholic, Catholic Church.
Did the Trappist monk change the world? Maybe not. But he changed my life, and he could change yours, too.
Two Jesuit scientists list must-know facts about the Vatican-owned observatory.
Eight lessons all schools could learn from the Cristo Rey Network of college prep schools.
A Q&A with activist and priest John Dear.
A new study finds more congregations are open to gays lesbians, racial diversity, and exuberant worship experiences.
The “Last Temptation of Christ”-director set to adapt historic tale of Jesuit Christian persecution.
You can’t admire Pope Francis without acknowledging that the path he’s taking demands that we change.
Five unique aspects of the first year of Pope Francis.
Following years of disagreements, the prominent peace activist and Jesuit priest has left the Society of Jesus — the same order of Pope Francis.
Is Pope Francis bringing the mystical office—seen as a living symbol of God’s stewardship of the world—too far down to earth?
Jesuits are an order of priests, brothers and novices who follow the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola, a 16th century Spanish warrior-turned-priest.