The greatest risk is to not risk anything. For this week’s (extremely) brief One-Minute Homily, Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ, reflects on the fear of the Lord and the danger of not taking risks. Based on the readings for Sunday, November 19, which you can read here: http://bit.ly/2zLesGr
In a train ride of mystery, Colten Biro, SJ, wonders about the place of mercy in Murder on the Orient Express.
¿Qué podemos aprender de los 6 Jesuitas y 2 mujeres asesinados en El Salvador en 1989?
What can we learn from the 6 Jesuits and 2 women who were murdered in El Salvador in 1989?
TJP talks to Fr Massingale about race, young people and finding hope in the Church today.
What we believe in is important. But our ideals do not make us good.
Got Coffee? What other fuel do we need to stay awake and be vigilant for Christ? Take a minute and check out this week’s (extremely brief) reflection with Brother Mark Mackey, SJ based on the Sunday Readings for November 12, 2017: http://bit.ly/2z21zaP
Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kinship calls us to savor tenderness.
In his TJP debut, David Kiblinger digs deeper into the title and devotion of Mary: Mother of the Church.
He tried ignoring it. He tried his normal routine—but everything Colten Biro, SJ did only seemed to pull him into conversation with God.