Take a tour with Fr. Patrick Peppard, SJ through Saints Peter & Paul Jesuit Church in downtown Detroit. Learn more about the church’s early history and how they’re impacting today’s community of downtown Detroit with their warming center, food distribution program and locker storage units for the homeless.
“Use your Jesuit Education to help others!” Jesuit grads of the class of 2013, this video is for you! Hear Ignatian graduation messages from some notable SJ’s, including Provincial of the Chicago-Detroit Jesuit Province, Fr. Tim Kesicki, Provincial Fr. Mike Weiler of the California Province, as well as Fr. Mike Kennedy, the Executive Director of […]
“I gotta say…the level of filmmaking of these kids is extraordinary.” Loyola High School in Los Angeles hosted its first ever student film festival on May 17th, 2014. Student-run and open to all high school filmmakers across the nation, fest judges and audience members alike were impressed by what they saw on the screen. Learn […]
The group Catholics in Media Associates held a screening of “The Way,” a new film by Emilio Estevez starring Martin Sheen. We met up with 2 CIMA members, Sr. Rose Pacatte, Director of Pauline Center for Media Studies in Los Angeles and Fr. Eddie Siebert, President of Loyola Productions, Inc., to hear more about the […]
Jesuit Timothy Kesicki interviews Argentine journalist and author of “Pope Francis: Life and Revolution” (Loyola Press), Elisabetta Piqué about her relationship with Pope Francis. Introduction by Fr. James Martin, SJ. Get the book from Loyola Press.
IN Network speaks with the cast and crew of “40” to uncover the deeper meaning laying at the heart of this innovative Lenten web series! 40 is a thrilling post-apocalyptic drama. Visit the official website to learn more at http://40theseries.com Seven strangers appear to be the only survivors of a mysterious, calamitous event: Los Angeles […]
Preview of the conversation between actor/priest Fr. Radmar Jao, SJ and writer/director Peter Farrelly. Peter Farrelly is one half of the writing/directing duo behind movies like Dumb & Dumber, There’s Something About Mary, and Shallow Hal. In this clip from Radmar’s upcoming interview with Peter, the Dumb and Dumber To director talks about why doesn’t […]
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 […]