The third and final video in a documentary series examining the problem of human trafficking in the United States. Directed and edited by Redemptorist Priest Fr. Charles Kumar C.S.S.R. during his time as a Loyola Productions Intern and Loyola Marymount University graduate student.
The second video in a three part doc series examining the problem of human trafficking in the United States. Directed and edited by Redemptorist Priest Fr. Charles Kumar C.S.S.R. during his time as a Loyola Productions Intern and Loyola Marymount University graduate student.
How does Ruthie keep cool on a steamy summer day? Why, with a pitcher of her famous White Sangria, of course! Jason Welle, SJ, of The Jesuit Post joins Ruthie in whipping up a pitcher of icy cool Sangria and they talk all things Peace Corps and MGTs…. RECIPE Ingredients: Choose a variety of citrus […]
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, […]
Check out this teaser to find out! On August 24th, we’ll be premiering, THE JESUIT REC ROOM, a conversation series where Jesuits chat with eclectic thinkers, writers, and teachers about faith and pop culture (and everything in between). On episode one, actor-turned-priest Fr. Radmar Jao, S.J. and Jesuit Post co-founder Fr. Eric Sundrup, S.J. are […]
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 […]
Jesuit-led media company, Loyola Productions, will hold the world premiere of their new documentary on the Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador at the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington D.C. on November 16, 2014. The film is being produced during the 25th anniversary year of the deaths of the six Jesuits, their housekeeper, and […]
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 […]