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 […]
Ruthie makes pesto … without olive oil? And Jason Welle, SJ, was … a flight attendant? Find out how to make pesto “Ruthie’s Way” — and a whole lot more! — as Jason Welle, SJ, of The Jesuit Post joins Ruthie in whirling up a batch of No-Oil Pesto. RECIPE Ingredients 2 bunches of basil, […]
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.
Interviewing a member of the House of Representatives. In their office. On Capitol Hill. Definitely not something most others can say they’ve done! So please, allow me to indulge here a bit and tell you about my experience of meeting Father Pat. Our team had the unique opportunity to speak with Father Patrick Conroy, SJ, […]
“We wanted to be where the action is.” – USF President, Steve Privett, SJ on buying the historic Folger building in San Francisco. Tom Lucas, SJ highlights how urban planning has been important to the Jesuits since the time of St. Ignatius. USF Folger Building Press Release USF on YT: youtube.com/usfcalifornia
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 […]
IN Network visited Loyola Marymount University’s LIONS Sustainable Garden – and learned how their garden takes the Ignatian value of Social Justice and applies it to growing food & connecting with local communities.
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