Maybe this is what happens when you elect a Pope from the global South: the North’s issues get downgraded.
In this edition of our Catholic Writing Series, we journey to France to interview Orthodox novelist Olga Lossky
Dennis Baker says goodbye, goodluck, to a man who, for almost 20 years, has been a steady presence in unsteady lives.
Mary Karr, memoirist and poet, is the latest to join TJP’s series on Catholic writing today.
“Do you mind if I feed Jonathan?” my sister-in-law asked me as she threw an oversized blanket over her shoulder – but the question she was posing to me wasn’t really “if,” it was “where.”
“Dan” as he is known to generations of his students, colleagues, and brother Jesuits – was a peerless sower.
This week on our Catholic Writing Series, Michael O’Brien joins the conversation from balmy Canada.
After a long time doubting that hip-hop could be more than heavy beats and gold chains, Ken Homan sees the light.
Much of the Catholic writing convo sticks to the fiction section, but this week, Kaya Oakes talks about how faith and nonfiction intersect.
Two years ago, we wrote: “We hope [this site] will help you think about God and the Church a little differently, a little more deeply, a little more often.” Two years in, that’s still what we hope.