lsharmasj

All posts by Lucas Sharma, SJ

Lucas Sharma SJ is a Jesuit Regent at Seattle University teaching Sociology. His undergrad degree is from Gonzaga University (GO ZAGS!). He served as a Jesuit Volunteer in Washington, DC and earned an MA in Sociology at Loyola Chicago. Lucas recently earned a MA in Philosophy at Fordham University specializing in the works of Michel Foucault. Lucas seeks to better understand his greatest role models, Martha Stewart and Celine Dion through cooking enormous meals and singing Celine’s greatest hits. Other interests include researching puppies, having “friendship time” with good conversation and chaotic dancing, and watching General Hospital.

Joined in 2015   /   25 posts   /   lsharmasj@thejesuitpost.org

Happy Happy (Easter) Joy Joy

Happy Happy (Easter) Joy Joy

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.

Love in Camouflage

Love in Camouflage

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.