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, […]
An excerpt from Loyola Productions’ upcoming documentary about the sacrifice of the Salvadoran martyrs. Six Jesuits, their housekeeper, and the housekeeper’s daughter, were brutally murdered in 1989 by a US-trained and funded Salvadoran death squad. This clip examines the controversial relationship between the Reagan administration and the Salvadoran government. Interview subjects include: Ambassador William Walker, […]
Happy Earth Day Everyone! We met up with the LIONS Club at Loyola Marymount University for the 1 year anniversary of their sustainable garden. In this video, you’ll meet with both administrators and students who are taking an active role in raising awareness of sustainable living on LMU’s campus.
IN Network spoke with Jesuit Brother Jim Small at Loyola Academy in Wilmette, IL after his weekly painting class. At 90 years old, not only does he embody the Ignatian ideal of “a man for others”, but Br. Jim is also the heart and soul of the largest Jesuit high school in the U.S. He […]
IN Network met with the Executive Director of the Kino Border Initiative, Fr. Sean Carroll, SJ, a California Jesuit, to discuss the ways his program helps improve the state of being for displaced migrants in Nogales, AZ and Nogales, Señora, Mexico.
It’s March Madness! Did you know that 8 Jesuit Teams are playing in the Tourney? Perry Petrich, SJ of The Jesuit Post gives us the low down on the long tradition of athletic excellence at Jesuit Universities in the US!
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!
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 […]
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 […]