Posts Tagged ‘Jesuit Pope’

The many labours of Pope Francis

Friday, July 4th, 2014

12 thousand personal interviews after his morning masses in St. Martha’s House and not one day off. The Pope’s alarm clock goes off at 4:45 am and he only has one half hour nap a day. No wonder his body rebels now and again and he has to cancel certain events When priests told him Read more

A Jesuit reflects on the Jesuit pope’s interview by Jesuits

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

As a Jesuit, I was overwhelmed by the interview of Pope Francis by my Jesuit brother, Fr. Antonio Spadaro, editor of La Civilta Cattolica, a Jesuit journal based in Rome. Congratulations to Antonio, my former colleagues at America, and the 14 other Jesuit publications for this extraordinary exclusive. That all of these Jesuits could keep Read more