Tony Homsy, a friend of the Dutch Jesuit killed in Syria this week, reflects on what he learned from the life of this man of peace.
What do wrestling and humility have in common? Quite a bit, writes our resident grappler and coach Ken Homan.
Wouldn’t going to confession online be so much easier? Eric Ramirez explores what Reconciliation is all about and why the Internet wouldn’t be the best medium for the sacrament.
TJP Resident Bracketologist Brian Strassburger talks basketball, winning, and how sports shape our notion of success.
John Shea, parasitologist and Franciscan Jesuit, thinks about kinship with all of Creation–even tapeworms.
As the Most Hated Man in America lies dying, Jason Welle reflects on what it means to love those who hate you.
Joe Wotawa examines the urban crossroads. Cities can be both a beautiful thing and something that really sucks.
What is it really like to travel with James Martin, SJ? George Williams, SJ has the inside scoop.
An exclusive excerpt from Jesus: A Pilgrimage by James Martin, SJ
Though he has eaten whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted, for most of his life, self-proclaimed “skinny glutton” Chris Schroeder explains some lessons he has learned about eating, drinking, and the enjoyment of life.