Weeks in Review — March 10-23, 2013: Papal Election Edition

by | Mar 24, 2013 | Week in Review

Weeks in Review

Jesuit Guide to the Papacy

Well, we’d expected to have quite a bit of coverage devoted to the new pope once the conclave finished. But then, we never expected the conclave to elect a Jesuit. And once they did, things got a bit crazy around the virtual TJP newsroom. Before we get into that, however, we’ll let a few of our contributors, in partnership with the Ignatian News Network, tell you what the reaction was like in our Jesuit communities:


Here’s a rundown of our all-pope-all-the-time coverage from the past two weeks … but (spoiler alert) we should also mention that if you scroll to the bottom of this page, we found time for a couple of non-papal posts as well. If you need a break from what we’ve been calling #ProjectHabemus, check them out — especially Joe Hoover’s You Will Become Catholic.

Pre-Election Coverage:

White Smoke! White Smoke!

Post-Election Analysis


Non-Papal News

Thanks for sticking with us during the whirlwind of the past two weeks. We don’t plan on blitzing you with papal news so much anytime soon — but Pope Francis has been proving unpredictable so far. We’ll do our best to stay on top of it for you.

Our prayers for a blessed Holy Week, and a joyful Easter as well.



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