In this final chapter in his trilogy on saints and superheroes, Father Paul Lickteig examines the current dry spell in North American Christian art.
Is the imagination of childhood at odds with the truth of adulthood? A potential Calvin & Hobbes movie trailer sets Eric Ramirez’s imagination in motion.
Resident parisitologist and fashion mogul John Shea considers how Doctor Who can help us decide what to wear.
Joe Hoover on: the five story lines used in all films about priests; not being a cause celebre; some guys he knows who are about to become priests, and his own choice to be a Jesuit brother.
TJP blue chip contributor Chris Schroeder looks at a man who sells shares in a very peculiar kind of corporation: himself.
Does our justice system have to be adversarial and esoteric? Does it have to relegate reconciliation to an afterthought? Nate Romano explores.
Former PiKapp pledgemaster (and current SLU Greek chaplain) Vinny Marchionni says he’s grateful for three things that being Greek has taught him.
In every relationship, there comes time for “that” talk. TJP public health guru Michael Rozier defines the relationship with medical mission trips.
Pope Francis announced the formation of a council of eight Cardinals to assist him in reforming the Roman Curia. Eric Ramirez explains who these Cardinals are and what their task will be.
For Earth Day, TJP environmentalist and Dr. Who fan John Shea considers the ethical dimensions of climate change.