The Pope spoke at a March 12 Mass marking the 400th anniversary of the canonization of Sts. Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, Teresa of Avila, Philip Neri and Isidore the Farmer from Madrid.
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A preferred pronouns controversy, a Planned Parenthood dance, and the removal of St. Junipero Serra’s statue have added more concerns about the Los Angeles Jesuit university’s commitment to its Catholic identity. But some see a way forward for hope.
The film makes its EWTN debut on Dec. 3, exploring the formative years that transformed St. Francis Xavier into an apostle to India and the Far East.
Archbishop Filippo Santoro of Taranto, Italy, will temporarily assume the governance of the association “in order to safeguard its charism and preserve the unity of the members,” the Vatican announced Sept. 24.
COMMENTARY: The longtime Fordham philosopher died Aug. 9 at the age of 67.
The Irish Jesuits confirmed in March 2021 that Father Joseph Marmion had abused boys “sexually, emotionally and physically” at the school in the 1970s.
PART I: Some embrace the Society of Jesus’ recent difficulties as an opportunity for conversion and drawing more deeply from their roots.
Descendants of Black Catholics sold by the Jesuits in 1838, and Georgetown University officials, are charting a new course for how to heal the enduring wounds caused in the U.S. by slavery and racism.
COMMENTARY: We are invited to consider the ‘cannonball moment’ in our own lives.