Adam Driver on the “anguish of faith” in “Silence.”
Garrett Gundlach, SJ explores the lesser-known love language, most popular among high schoolers: mockery.
As Meryl Streep’s Golden Globe speech goes viral, should we care what an entertainer has to say about politics? Dan Dixon says yes, but for reasons you might not think.
“Who is my neighbor?” It’s a question we can’t stop asking.
Has there been a “reform of the reform”?
At Christmas Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ met his nieces again, for the first time.
Our TJP contributors reflect upon their own resolutions and offer some practical advice for making resolutions in 2017.
It may have been a rocky year, but it has been an excellent one for writing. Michael Rossmann, SJ offers his favorite articles from 2016 and invites you to do the same.
Emanuel Werner, SJ wonders whether anyone has even a chance to defeat the Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff.
Though 2016 was full of challenging news, Brian Strassburger, SJ argues that sports was a notable exception. Here he counts down the most joyful and exciting moments from the year in sports.