Ready for the election to be over? You’re not alone, Sam Sawyer discovers.
Sam Sawyer has video of a priest who went yard in Boston.
A new movement to remember Holocaust survivors gets Sam Sawyer thinking about what it means to say “never forget.”
Most people came because Stephen Colbert is one of the funniest people on television, but when they left everyone was simply saying: “They were real.”
Having checked the box for both Democrats and Republicans (and felt the pinch of not living up to John 17:21), Sam Sawyer throws down the gauntlet.
TJP doesn’t speak Portuguese — yet. But we’ve got news: next summer, we’ll be bringing you the stories of pilgrims at World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro.
Does Colbert need a Jesuit philosopher on-call? Sam Sawyer pitches in with the killer question about why there is something rather than nothing.
Sam Sawyer brings Francis of Assisi’s famous advice into the age of Youtube.
Doubt isn’t the suspension of belief, but the struggle to believe … God is not so small, nor so boring, as to be believed in easily.