Basketball Fan

My Basketball Dream Team of Saints

During the glorious season of March Madness, Michael Rossmann wonders which saints would form the greatest basketball team on heaven or earth.

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The Calling of the Matthews

Peter Folan looks at The Calling of Saint Matthew – or perhaps the Matthews – and what it might mean for our own calling.

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Leaving Too Soon

It’s hard to say goodbye, even for well-traveled Jesuits like Garrett Gundlach, SJ.

I guess Ignatius listens to Vanilla Ice. Who knew?

One (Jesuit) Friend to Another

Editor-in-Chief Michael Rossmann announces our exciting new partnership with America Media.

Big Data Discernment
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What Big Data Can’t Say About Life Choices

What am I supposed to do with my life??? Cyril Pinchak considers whether Big Data can point us to safe and reliable life choices.

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Why I’d Rather Be a Hypocrite Than a Cynic

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.

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Can I Ask a Very Personal Question? (Fact and Opinion, Right and Wrong)

Tim O’Brien has three personal questions for you. Just don’t call them opinions.

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“Step in the Bullpen,” or Incarceration and Dehumanization

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.

Smiling in the Snow

One Friend to Another: Seeing Goodness

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.

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Because Mom: Meeting God Again for the First Time

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.