Service & Spirituality
Michael C. McCarthy, S.J. ’87, M.Div. ’97, 1 Feb 2015
Or, how can a thinking person still believe in God?
Mitch Finley ’73, 1 Feb 2015
Lessons from the court and the chapel in dealing with addiction, mental illness, and some of society’s most despised. A journey with Liz Bruno ’82, M.A. ’86.
Mary Jo (Hull) Ignoffo ’78, 3 Nov 2014
Historian Mary Jo (Hull) Ignoffo ’78 talks about the 1989 UCA massacres in El Salvador and how she helped tell the story of witness Lucía Cerna.
Ron Hansen M.A. ’95, 15 Oct 2014
The murder of six Jesuits and two women in El Salvador in November 1989 marked a turning point in the country’s civil war. What do they have to say to us now?
Michael C. McCarthy, S.J., 30 Jun 2014
How can a thinking person still believe in God? Michael McCarthy, S.J., considers the role of God at academic institutions and the necessary conditions for faith to endure.
Jeff Gire and Eboo Patel, 6 May 2014
Interfaith Youth Core founder Eboo Patel on the meaning of interfaith—and solving problems in Silicon Valley both in the long run and right now.
Jeff Gire, 15 Apr 2014
How a modest sum given by one family changed the future of Marty Boyer ’78.
Thomas Cattoi, 23 Jan 2014
Ignatian spirituality and Tibetan Buddhism are distinct traditions but their core teachings reveal a spiritual kinship on finding the divine in all things, says scholar Thomas Cattoi.
Brian Doyle, 15 Dec 2013
There are the sanctuaries built for worship—and that carry beauty and grace for all to see. And there are the improvised places of faith, perhaps more subtle in how they speak to the wonder worked there. Writer Brian Doyle suumons one such place in Oregon.
Jeremy Herb ’08, 15 Dec 2013
With the way things have gone recently in Congress, looking to the heavens for some help and guidance might seem like a very good idea. In fact, that’s what Pat Conroy, S.J., M.Div. ’83 is there to do.