Pope Francis is one popular pontiff. We here at the IN Network are big fans. But we did get to wondering: has there been a “Francis Effect” for those whose relationship with Rome is more complicated? We talked with three individuals who haven’t always had an easy time with the Church: Boston College theology professor […]
About “On Jesuits, On Japan”: Andrew Odeh (former LPI intern and Loyola Marymount film student) recently studied abroad at the Jesuit institution Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan. Over a full semester, he crafted insightful vignettes about Japan’s people, their culture, and the Japanese approach to life itself. Highlights of this video series include episodes on […]
Missy Franklin, 2012 four-time Olympic gold medal winner and senior at Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, Colorado, was the humble star of the school’s Fall Sports Pep Rally on Monday the 27th. INN was at the Pep Rally to capture the moment, a few words from Franklin, and interviews with her coach, principal, athletic […]
Interviews with 4 members of the Ignatian Spirituality Project, a non-profit Jesuit Retreat organization that provides retreat experiences for homeless men and women. To learn more about the program and how it benefits homeless populations in nineteen cities across the United States, visit: ISPretreats.org Produced in partnership with jesuits-chgdet.org
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear “vows”? Chances are, it’s not a life of poverty, chastity, and obedience. In this episode, we’ll look at Jesuit “First Vows”—what they are, when they happen, and why they’re significant—and hear from newly vowed Jesuits, Eric Immel and Matthew Donovan. WEBLINKS: Vow Formula for First […]
During this Respect for Life Month (October), Paul McMahon of the Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative (JRJI) offers his comments regarding abolishing the death penalty and California’s Proposition 34.
IN Network met up with Fr. Ed Reese, SJ – Principal of Brophy College Preparatory School in Phoenix, AZ, and chatted with him about his love of education, technology, and his two pet dogs Archie and Sydney!
Students of Loyola High School in Los Angeles set out on a Day of Service, visiting service projects across LA to demonstrate being men for others. This Day of Service is a part of the ongoing celebration for the school’s 150th anniversary, celebrating the past, present, and future of the school and its impact on […]
Fr. Radmar Jao, S.J., sits down with Peter Farrelly, who with his brother Bobby, directed Dumb and Dumber To, There’s Something About Mary, the original Dumb and Dumber, and many more. Peter opens up about why he doesn’t own a cell phone, how he gets clarity from driving thousands of miles alone, the surprising sign […]
What does it take to get a personal letter from the Pope? Just ask these guys.. In a show of solidarity with Pope Francis and in living out a mission of “a faith that does justice,” Los Angeles-based Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative (JRJI) held a ritualistic foot-washing at Sylmar Juvenile Hall this past Holy Thursday. […]