An Updated Resource: the TJP Curriculum Guide

Since 2012, The Jesuit Post has offered a Jesuit, Catholic perspective on the contemporary world. Our team is comprised of young Jesuits seeking God in all things. Our work focuses on both sacred and secular issues because we are convinced that God’s does too. Over the years, we have received lots of feedback from educators and ministers who use our content in the classroom, on retreats, and for faculty formation.

In the Spring of 2020, we created a new resource to share: the TJP Curriculum Guide. This guide includes articles and videos published by TJP, organized around twenty different themes, with hyperlinks to the content. Today, we are releasing an updated version which includes articles and videos published between March-August 2020.

We added the theme of “Coronavirus Pandemic and Response,” along with links to many articles written on racial justice since the murder of George Floyd, plus links to the 12-part video series Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat.

The list of themes includes all of the following (* indicates new content added):

  • Addiction
  • Climate Change and the Environment*
  • Church Teaching*
  • Coronavirus Pandemic and Response*
  • Education
  • Ignatian Spirituality*
  • Immigrants and Refugees*
  • Mental Health*
  • Race and Racism*
  • Politics*
  • Pop Culture*
  • Post-College Life
  • Prayer*
  • Sexuality
  • Social Justice*
  • Spirituality*
  • Sports*
  • Technology*
  • Women in the Church
  • Vocations

You can view and download the TJP Curriculum Guide here. We hope you find this content helpful in your work and ministry. It will be updated periodically, so be sure to check back at the start of a new semester.

Submit your email address to this Google Form if you are using this in your work or ministry to let us know how it’s been helpful and how we could make it better. On the form, you’ll find an option to receive a direct copy when we update the TJP Curriculum Guide every 3-6 months with new content.

If you want to stay in the loop about updates and get connected to others who are using TJP as a resource, you can also send us an email at [email protected]

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