During the glorious season of March Madness, Michael Rossmann wonders which saints would form the greatest basketball team on heaven or earth.
Peter Folan looks at The Calling of Saint Matthew – or perhaps the Matthews – and what it might mean for our own calling.
It’s hard to say goodbye, even for well-traveled Jesuits like Garrett Gundlach, SJ.
Editor-in-Chief Michael Rossmann announces our exciting new partnership with America Media.
What am I supposed to do with my life??? Cyril Pinchak considers whether Big Data can point us to safe and reliable life choices.
With a general election coming up in the UK, Henry Longbottom, SJ considers a Christian response to hypocrisy and cynicism in politics — on either side of the pond.
Tim O’Brien has three personal questions for you. Just don’t call them opinions.
Joe Assadourian’s “The Bullpen” is less a “mock trial” than a mockery of a trial. Dan Dixon writes on the drama in our broken court systems.
Covered by snow or mistakes or imperfection, goodness just might be underneath the surface. Michael Rossmann unearths a theme from posts in the last month and notes how spending more time trying to see the good around him is just what he needs.
In his TJP debut, Damian Torres-Botello, SJ remembers receiving a difficult phone call and a compassionate friend one late night on the streets of Chicago.