In the midst of suffering and death, do we flee or remain present? Tim O’Brien, SJ reflects on working with the sick and dying.
Tim O’Brien, SJ on why — with all due respect to the hymn — ours is more often the faith of our mothers.
So, you’ve arrived at a Jesuit school. Tim O’Brien, SJ offers 7.5 ways to make the most of the next four years.
Tim O’Brien considers a question lurking behind “Amy,” Asif Kapadia’s new documentary.
Tim O’Brien has three personal questions for you. Just don’t call them opinions.
This Christmas, Tim O’Brien considers the mystery of how God can be “God with us” amidst our brokenness.
The Internet erupted Wednesday in spontaneous remembrance of a voice that could not be silenced.
Are Jesuits and other religious people serious addicts? Tim O’Brien looks closely at God and Other drugs.
Mary Karr, memoirist and poet, is the latest to join TJP’s series on Catholic writing today.