Colten Biro, S.J., traces Wonder Woman’s liberating journey from a Harvard-educated professor’s fetish to Gal Gadot
Joe Simmons, SJ learned that Jesuits can’t do it all on his visit to the Middle East. Thank God for that!
We asked The Jesuit Post contributors to share what Easter joy looks like for them. It got ridiculous really quickly: the Wendy’s frosty, an overly-excited view of a double rainbow, Carly Rae Jepson, etc. Share with us what Easter joy looks like for you.
In his Jesuit Post debut, Dan Dixon highlights the importance of beauty, the transformative power of education, and the inspiring work of a Fe y Alegría school.
Between Crossfit reps, Brian Strassburger was able to muse about how new fitness programs have something in common with traditional church-going.
After being away from the US for two years, Michael Rossmann shares the American cultural phenomena that have caught his attention.
Resident parisitologist and fashion mogul John Shea considers how Doctor Who can help us decide what to wear.
Ryan Duns turns to the children’s classic “The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real” to learn how our sawdust hearts can continue to love our ragged, broken Church into reality.
A college basketball game, to have been played on Veterans Day 2012 between Marquette and Ohio State, was cancelled. Alarmist pacifist idealist critic Joe Hoover asks uncomfortable questions never the less.