In his latest post about the Winnipeg Zoo, Frank Obrigewitsch, SJ takes a poetic look at the return of the gibbons.
The burning issue between Catholic Church and Italian State which drifted for almost seventy years was the Roman Question," that is the confiscation of the Papal States since 1861 by the Italian Government. Yet after negotiation between Pius XI and Mussolini for four years, the Lateran Treaty resolv
TJP sat down with Laura Field and Austin Hart, founders of Real News Revival, to learn about how they are working to promote good journalism despite the proliferation of "fake news," and how they "trust that even a small effort will make a difference." - Reposted from The Jesuit Post.
Grammar is about the last topic I would expect to trend on Twitter. And yet, when Matthew Anderson, a BBC editor, tweeted a picture from Mark Forsyth's book The Elements of Eloquence: How to Turn the Perfect English Phrase, it received tens of thousands of likes and retweets. Reposted from The Jesui
An English Jesuit priest, Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844 – 1889) was not widely known as a poet until after he died; his collected poems were first published in 1918 at the instigation of his friend Robert Bridges, who was at the time the Poet Laureate of England. Hopkins was both an observant lover of