Advent and NaNoWriMo? Sean Barry, SJ finds an unlikely connection.
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Sean is a scholastic of the Midwest Province teaching Math and Theology at U of D High in Detroit. He maintains a fierce loyalty to Chicago sports teams, especially the White Sox, having grown up in Chicago's south suburbs. Sean first met the Jesuits while studying Math at Loyola Chicago and joined shortly after graduating. He is a fan of many things but tends to gravitate towards the nerdy.
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Finding Hope in A Silent Voice
Do we consider how our actions impact others?
Death Note: Combating Evil Through Killing
Is it right to choose who should die?
With the announcement of a female lead for Doctor Who, Sean Barry, SJ speculates what this might mean for the series
Can You Download Happiness?
After his favorite video game series decides to charge for extra content, Sean Barry, SJ reflects on the brevity of bliss.
Time Well Spent, or 8 Reasons You Must Watch ‘Dr. Who’ Series 10
The Doctor is waiting. Sean Barry, S.J. asks, “Will you be there?”
A Review of Unfortunate Events
After having enjoyed Netflix’s Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Sean Barry, SJ wonders about the value of stories without happy endings.
Rogue One and the New Hope
Rogue One is a bit more like Christmas than you thought …
An Open Letter to Cubs Fans, From a Sox Fan
Despite growing up a White Sox fan, Sean Barry, SJ reflects upon his disturbing delight at the ascendance of the once-despised Cubs