Last week, we crossed the 1,000 “Like” mark on our Facebook page (you like us … you really like us!) — a reminder, in case we needed one, that things here at TJP are still just getting started, and there’s more to come. What will it look like? Well, a good place to start is with what we covered last week:
- Many people find God in nature, and so does John Shea — but in his case, even in insects
- Tim O’Brien knows something about anxiety, and has an idea about what to do about it as well
- On Divine Mercy Sunday, Joe Simmons finds it sitting in the pew in front of him
- Brendan Busse asks what it means to be chosen
- Gearing up for finals week, Matt Dunch resists the take-over of the grading robots
- Jeff Sullivan debuts with a headline only to be found on TJP: Sex, Money, Power … and Celibacy?
As always, we’ll see you back here next time with another Week in Review.