Welcome to Jesuitical, a podcast for young Catholics hosted by two young, lay editors at America—Zac Davis and Ashley McKinless. Each episode features a guest who offers a unique perspective on faith, culture or current events. We also bring you some of the top (and maybe more obscure) Catholic news of the week. And we'll ask: Where do we find God in all this?
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This week, Ashley and Zac are joined by Bishop John Dolan of the Diocese of Phoenix to talk about losing several members of his family to suicide, a groundbreaking new mental health ministry in his diocese and how the church can better support those ... more
This week, Jesuitical is joined by Sister Donna Dodge, the president of the Sisters of Charity of New York, which recently decided to embark on a “path to completion,” meaning the over 200-year-old congregation will no longer accept new vocations (th... more
“Can we consider Toni Morrison a Catholic novelist,” Nadra Nittle asked in an article for America in 2017. Since Morrison’s passing in 2019, Nadra has been exploring that question in more depth, and the result is her new book: Toni Morrison's Spiritu... more
I listen to this podcast on the drive to work and it is always such a nice way to start the day. I wish the episodes were more frequent, because they are just that great!! This podcast is an absolute gem, and it’s so refreshing to hear fellow young adults talk about Ignatian spirituality, current topics etc.
Love the friendly and approachable hosts, and the mix of Catholic news and faith formation!
This is a great podcast for anybody on their faith journey with God. The discussions and topics are very relevant to today’s Catholics or anyone interested in Catholicism and how it interacts with the world. It’s great to hear young people’s perspectives.
I look forward to this weekly podcast. The hosts portray information in a warm and intelligent manner. Their open minded views and lighthearted nature makes for a refreshing listen! Keep up the great work and God Bless!
This show has fulfilled a need in my journey as a Catholic. I’m a cradle catholic/catholic school attendant. As soon as I moved out from my parents house I began to drift away. Now I’m a father, entering my late 30s and searching. Finding this podcast has been a Godsend for my journey back to the faith. To the good people at America, keep doing what you’re doing guys!
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Jesuitical launched 6 years ago and published 292 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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