On the Web
The Jesuit Post, A new website created by Jesuits in formation, bwriting about Jesus, politics, and pop-culture; the Catholic Church, sports and Socrates
Jesuit archives contains early letters from St. Ignatius watch video showing over 50,000 volumes of the history of the Society
Answering God's call as a Jesuit - watch Jesuits Revealed video series
Inspiring Voices of Others videos by Fairfield University; some on new Youtube Jesuit Channel from AJCU
Wondering what happens on an Ignatian Retreat? Watch six part video on JesuitsNewEngland Youtube
Read and listen to the fascinating and inspiring stories of some of our New England Jesuits who have participated in the Jesuit Oral History Program.
In 1556, St. Ignatius Loyola first purchased a printing press for the Society of Jesus in Rome. Ever since, Jesuits have viewed communications as central to our ministry of proclaiming the Gospel and participating in the larger social dialogue on key questions of our time.
Good sources for books about Jesuits and Ignatian spirituality include Ignatius Press, Loyola Press, and The Institute of Jesuit Spirituality. Also see our recommended reading list of books by and about Jesuits.
The following titles are available in DVD or VHS:
Black Robe. An idealistic young Jesuit goes to 17th century Canada where he is sent on a canoe expedition into the wilderness to convert the hostile Huron Indians.
The Mission. Having gathered the Indians of Paraguay into prosperous mission settlements, 17th century Jesuits struggle to protect them from the violent depredations of European colonists.
Loyola Productions offers a wide selection of film and music.
Who Cares about the Saints? A DVD, based on the best selling book, My Life with the Saints, by Fr. Jim Martin, SJ. View Fr. Jim’s introduction to the DVD at Loyola Productions.
Fr. Harry Cain, SJ, and Virginia Blass offer "Putting Out into the Deep," a 12 lecture/preached retreat in the Ignatian tradition; and "Is That You, God? Ignatian Discernment for Our Day", a 9 part lecture series . Both are available in DVD and CD format. Contact: www.nowyouknowmedia.com or 1-800-955-3904.
The New England Province offers Ignatian spirituality podcasts at key periods of the liturgical calendar, including advent and Eastertide (between Easter and Pentecost). Listen or subscribe to our Ignatian spirituality podcasts.
For more than fifty years, CatholicTV has been providing inspirational programming for the Catholic community, including daily Mass. Fr. Charles Connolly, SJ, often celebrates the daily Mass on Catholic TV.
Listen to the Catholic Channel on Sirius radio.