Jesuit Scholastic Tim Bishop released a new song about how we do our best with what we’re given and Jesus is there to do the rest. Read his reflection on the songwriting process for “Wounded Hands,” then give it a listen!
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Timothy is a Jesuit scholastic finishing degrees in psychology and philosophy in Chicago. He is thoroughly convinced that his religious vocation is the greatest gift of his life. If it was up to him, everyone in the world would be his friend. When he’s not praying or studying, Timothy likes to write and produce hip-hop, play MarioKart with his brothers, exercise, and meet new people.
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Music Release: Heart Beat
For Timothy, songs end up serving as a kind of self-prophecy, priming him for a spiritual lesson further down the road. Listen to his latest song, Heart Beat, to hear where he came from and where he’s going.
“Emmanuel,” A Poem
Preparing for Christmas, Timothy reflects that “this is Emmanuel. God WITH us. He is not merely physically located with us in the same space and time, but He is hungry with us.”
Music Release: “Tell Me Who I Am”
At the start of Advent Timothy Bishop, SJ asks the question that will be answered by Jesus’ coming: not just “Who Am I?” but “Who are You, God?”