- Jan 27, 2021
At the heart of Pope Francis’ teachings on reform, the care for the poor and for creation are the principles of discernment and listening established by St. Ignatius of Loyola, said Jesuit Father Arturo Sosa.
As part of the celebrations for his 50th anniversary of priesthood, Pope Francis chose to personally present a multi-volume collection of writings by his longtime spiritual director, the late Jesuit Father Miguel Angel Fiorito.
One year after their blockbuster article describing an “ecumenism of hate” between U.S. conservative Catholics and evangelicals, Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro and Presbyterian pastor Marcelo Figueroa offer a critique of the prosperity gospel and the American Dream.
On Monday, Crux’s weekly radio show on the Catholic Channel, “Crux of the Matter,” featured a conversation between Austen Ivereigh and Thomas Williams about a recent article by two close friends of Pope Francis asserting there’s an “ecumenism of hate” in the United States in ties between Evangelical Fundamentalists and “Catholic Integralists.” This is a transcript of their exchange.
Quite probably the world’s most unique and influential Catholic publication, the Jesuit-edited ‘La Civiltà Cattolica’ is provocative, thoughtful, and offers the Church intellectual breathing space. Until now, however, it’s been available only in Italian, but all that is changing with a new English edition.