Eric Immel, SJ recently met a man who claimed to have five names. The fifth remains a …

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Images of lightness and darkness are used throughout scripture. Darkness is not always bad. In the story of creation, God does not annihilate darkness. Rather, God adds light. Darkness is …

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“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”
– Albert Einstein, to biographer Carl Seelig, March 11, 1952

The National Geographic Channel’s first scripted series, “Genius,” is about the life …

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The American Left has a religion problem. But does it even …

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One of the great mysteries of our Christian faith—one which captured the mind and heart of Ignatius—is that God has invited us to share in his work of redemption. It …

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In a globalized world, how can Catholics better dispose themselves for meaningful cross-cultural …

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The last four lines in today’s Gospel truly speak to how invasive the Holy Spirit can be in our lives, without our realizing it. Everyday the Holy Spirit works in …

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Who can’t identify with Thomas – demanding that we see and touch the wounds of Christ before we believe?  Yet St. Ignatius taught us how to go to these places …

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Who can’t identify with Thomas – demanding that we see and touch the wounds of Christ before we believe?  Yet St. Ignatius taught us how to go to these places …

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Easter week ends with a very human gospel scene. Jesus appears to the eleven apostles and takes them to task because they could not come to believe. Perhaps they simply …

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Easter week ends with a very human gospel scene. Jesus appears to the eleven apostles and takes them to task because they could not come to believe. Perhaps they simply …

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In the early 1900s, an estimated 1.5 million Armenians lived within the borders of the dying Ottoman Empire, led by what is now modern Turkey. The Ottomans had annexed a …

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