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.
Brian Strassburger takes a look at popular TV shows and whether he can keep watching them.
Joe Simmons, SJ offers 14 ways to show the people in our lives love on Valentine’s Day — or any day.
Ken Homan explores what canonizging a controversial saint-to-be means for how we think about the past
Joe Simmons considers the serious tone of many 2015 Super Bowl commercials, and what they might be saying about our own desires.
Four Jesuits in three different locations joined their 120 million closest friends in watching the Super Bowl. Here is their running commentary during the game.
Cyril Pinchak debuts on TJP with a thoughtful consideration of why we love to put celebrities – and saints – on pedestals.
Wanting to talk about sacred and secular stuff without being a religious weirdo, new TJP Editor in Chief Michael Rossmann traces the unlikely things that led him to the Jesuits and reintroduces The Jesuit Post.