By Beth Donze Throughout Lent, Mass-goers at Loyola University’s Ignatius Chapel are invited to turn their gaze upon a stunning wall banner that traces
By Beth Donze Catechists at Catholic schools and parishes must continually ground their teachings in the awesome message that Jesus and his church are
“The importance of second chances,” is what Olivia Faracca, a freshman in the honors program at Jesuit-run Canisius College in Buffalo, ascertained from the
How do you get high school juniors to see the sacrament of confirmation not as a graduation from faith, but as a thrilling new chapter in their lives as Catholic young adults?
When teachers and administrators at Loyola’s Summer Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership compared notes on the topic of “male spirituality,” they discovered that many Catholic men tended to use the same formula when asked to lead a group of their fellow men in prayer: