How can we heal the American soul from racism?
All posts by Bill McCormick, SJ
Bill, a Texan, FJV and Jesuit, is a regent at Saint Louis University, where undergraduates teach him political science and philosophy. He entered the Society in 2013, having studied politics at Chicago and Texas.
Joined in 2015 email@example.com posts
On the Power of Subversive Thinking: Bryan Massingale talks with TJP
TJP talks to Fr Massingale about race, young people and finding hope in the Church today.
Pro-Life Means Pro-Woman
How often is abortion just another way men control women?
SLU at 200
Is there still a place for Jesuit education in the 21st century?
Anti-Catholic Bigotry is Now a Bipartisan Issue
Steve Bannon and Dianne Feinstein team up to remind us that Catholics are politically homeless.
Interview with James Martin, SJ: Part II
James Martin, SJ, speaks about the part of his book no one is talking about.
Bridging Truth and Love: An Interview with James Martin, SJ
TJP sits down with James Martin, SJ to talk about his new book, Building a Bridge.
A Tale of Two Churches: the Bishops and Religious Liberty
Can the US Bishops advocate for religious liberty in a way that engages Americans of all political beliefs?
The Conservative God
The GOP needs to become more Christian, and Christians need to become less Republican.