As Advent continues, perhaps these music selections might help you enter the season.
The old psalms, with some renovation, can be voices of lament over climate change, pandemics, extinctions and other scourges whipping on Earth. They can also inspire thanksgiving. We’ll use the psalms to open our eyes, minds and hearts.
Restor(y)ing Creation: a good-night story for Earth Day Eve Wednesday nights, 7:00 p.m. EST (1 hr. + Q&A) Fr. Kennedy SJ will present on the meaning of Earth day and draw from his book Reupholstered Psalms: Ancient Songs Sung New. Experience an illustrated, ecological parable that explores the places of activism and faithful trust in …
When meeting husband and wife Bruno Arnold and Eleanor Fulcher, one might think they are another handsome and successful Toronto power couple; while the terms faithful and active Catholic parishioners might not come to mind. But this is in fact an integral part of this generous and humble couple’s life. Since coming to Our Lady …
The Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) provides mature men and women the opportunity to serve the needs of people who are poor, to work for a more just society, and to grow deeper in Christian faith by reflecting and praying in the Ignatian tradition
“It would be stupid not to take advantage of the formation that a man brings to the Society,” said the Director of Vocations of Fr. Adam D. Hincks, “And I can tell you one thing: we are not stupid!”. This is one of the memories that this Jesuit recalls in an article about the beginnings of his religious vocation, part of the latest edition of the magazine Canadian Jesuits.
Last month, a 35-year-old mother of two in Arizona became one of the first unauthorized migrants deported to Mexico under the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown. Her case threw fuel on the debate over administration policy, but for some who minister along the border, the argument was not just political. “It was personal,” said Father Sean Carroll, SJ.