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.
Dennis Baker, SJ had just left Fenway Park when the bombs went off. A week later, he asks whether, in a time of tragedy, there is more to sport than just distraction.
Boston resident Jayme Stayer considers poetry, tragedy, and the risks of talking about either.
As the trial of Dr. Kemit Gosnell continues, Quang Tran asks what it is that really disgusts us about the sickening details that have come to light.
A down under view of religion in America in Phil Moller’s TJP debut — and the question of whether we have finally transcended the transcendent.
Quang Tran asks for our attention; not just to what he writes herein, but to the disease – the epidemic – that is suicide.