It’s finally here! The long awaited premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens! While the entire TJP staff headed out to wait in long lines at the theater because we forgot to buy advance tickets (hey - this was finals week and we’re almost all grad students!), it did...
This weekend, almost 1,700 people gathered at a conference center just outside of Washington, D.C. for the 18th annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, organized by the Ignatian Solidarity Network. The theme this year is simply one word: Bridges. Delegates,...
There’s still plenty of disagreement on the canonization of Fray Junipero Serra.
Mac or Windows user? How about none of the above? A look at independent computing from Jason Welle, SJ.
Jason Welle, remembering his family, reflects on his hopes for the U.S. after this week’s decision.
What do racist violence and environmental degradation have in common? We’re too comfortable with both of them.
Are science and technology enough for humanity to avoid self-destruction? Or do we need something more?
Think monks are the only people who practice celibacy? Think again.
Jason Welle considers the (practical and liturgical) implications of discovering Richard III’s body.