This post by Jason Welle, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. Maybe by now you’ve heard the story of the California woman who shortly after her 29th birthday learned that she had brain cancer. About two months after her initial diagnosis, she learned that it was a very aggressive, incurable cancer and she […]

Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles has been one of the most active bishops spreading the Good News on twitter. Here are fifteen of his most insightful tweets from the last couple of months: Let's pray for all those who are deprived of an honest day's work/fair wages & live under conditions in which their dignity […]

Traditional sources of community have been frayed in modern American life. People change jobs more frequently, are more likely to relocate across the country from their family and friends, and local clubs and organizations have declined in membership. One enduring source of community, however, is sports. While the players might come and go more frequently […]

Pope Francis: “The Church opens her arms to welcome all people, without distinction or limits, in order to proclaim that God is love.”

Check out these recent articles from around the web: Without Social Security Income, A Majority of U.S. Seniors Would Be Poor by Neil Shah: “The latest figures show how important America’s social policies—everything from Social Security to the Earned Income Tax Credit—are for the incomes of Americans, especially seniors and children. If Census were to […]

via Buzzfeed: In the interview with BuzzFeed News, Burke confirmed publicly for the first time the rumors that he had been told Francis intended to demote him from the church’s chief guardian of doctrine to a minor post as patron to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. “I very much have enjoyed and have been […]


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