When I did the Spiritual Exercises more than a decade ago, I had no clue that the two main fruits of that retreat would continue to sustain me and my life choices. During those 30 days of silence (with only one meeting with my spiritual director each day), I prayed through the life of Christ with the help of St. Ignatius' many meditations and exercises.
Young Voices: Several outspoken people in the church worldwide are testing ideas to create a community that engages everyone equally.
Young Voices: A Notre Dame philosopher's idea of God-driven evolution opens the breadth of unexplored evolutionary possibilities.
Young Voices: One thing the Scouts and the church can certainly agree on is having glass ceilings for certain members based on identity categories.
Young Voices: Dr. Eboo Patel inspired graduating students of Claremont Lincoln University with his talk of interfaith work and relationships.
Young Voices: Let's take a look at how the church treats its workers in a popular Internet format.
Young Voices: Success in the new Big East conference could mean big things for the "Catholic 7" who have gone their own way.
We are a resurrection people. Yet this Easter season, I am finding myself choking back tears each time I try to sing alleluia.
Young Voices: One of the arguments for regulating marriage is an interest in regulating child-rearing. But what does natural law say?
I remember the first time the local newspaper reported "spring ache" when hundreds of thousands of high school and college students came pouring into the New Orleans area to spend their spring breaks in the most unconventional of ways: helping to gut, drywall, paint, clean and rebuild the neighborhoods.