Sanctuary & Sustentance

For three days in July 2013, a 12-minute video depicting the lives and struggles of refugees was projected on the façade of the church of the Gesu in Rome. It is the mother church of the Jesuits and a place which has traditionally opened its doors to asylum seekers, in continuation with the ancient vocation […]

Spirituality & Political Discourse

Here’s an article that I wrote about how our spirituality can be a catalyst for transforming political discourse. Our understandings of God, what it is to be human, and of the material world are reflected in our values and lifestyles as well as our religious practices, and they should influence our participation in political discourse. […]