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All posts by Michael Mohr, SJ
Michael Mohr, SJ is a Jesuit Scholastic studying philosophy and theology in St. Louis. As a born-and-raised Southerner, he has always enjoyed sharing in hospitality and telling tales, preferring 40 words where 4 would do. Michael taught high school English for three years before entering the Society of Jesus, an experience which taught him the importance of service and community.
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One-Minute Homily: “The Greatest Among You”
What is our own notion of greatness? Jesus has something to say about that in today's Gospel as Michael Mohr, SJ, reflects in this One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings from Sunday, September 23, which you can read here: https://bit.ly/2p6MNZa
Facing the Facts on Gun Control
What do liberals need to know?
The Conservative Case for Gun Control
Where are conservatives in the gun debate?
Jesus is Not a Communist
A shattered Crucifix symbolizes the strength of the Vietnamese Church.
A Layover in Ramadan
In transit through the Middle East, Michael Mohr, SJ, is surprised by an unexpected cultural lesson.
Pope Francis: The World is Not Round
In a globalized world, how can Catholics better dispose themselves for meaningful cross-cultural encounters?
The Other Election
What do your local elections and the Jesuit General Congregation have in common? You might be surprised, Michael Mohr, SJ explains.
After the Flood: The Redemption of Baton Rouge
Where does Baton Rouge go after the summer of Alton Sterling and the Great Flood? Michael Mohr, SJ reflects.