Where does God fit in the global conversation on climate change? A year after the Pope’s encyclical on the environment and the release of the Islamic Declaration on Global Climate Change, one Christian and one Muslim discuss faith, science, and how they’re united by a mutual concern for the environment. To read the Pope’s encyclical, […]
How did Jesus walk on water? Do bad people still have guardian angels? Why do parents fight? These are some of the questions posed to Pope Francis from children around the globe in Loyola Press’s new book Dear Pope Francis (the first children’s book ever written by a Pope! #DearPopeFrancis). We were at the Vatican […]
The Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) hosted a number of commemoration activities throughout the week of November 16th, 2014, marking the 25th anniversary of the Salvadoran martyrs. The IN Network was there, covering the special events in San Salvador and getting the reactions of Jesuits and students.
[Extended Interview] 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 Caroline Myss, a five-time New York Times bestselling author of books ranging from human […]