With so much going on in the world, it feels like this could be the end. But Deacon Vinny Marchionni, SJ, reminds us the Jesus always comes to us out of love. Check out this week's #1MinHomily. Based on the readings for Sunday, November 25, 2018, which you can find...
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Vinny joined the Society of Jesus in 2008 and later taught history at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School - Baltimore. He was ordained a priest in 2019 after studying theology in Berkeley, CA. He loves all things Philadelphia, especially its food, its history, and its Eagles.
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The Roadblocks to Solidarity
I know I love my students and they love me. But our roads differ so vastly that it will take more than my three years of work to achieve authentic solidarity.
South and North American History-X
Social studies 101 with Prof. Francis is now in session…
Worth Watching: Jim Jefferies, Gun Control, and Pride
In light of yet more high-profile gun murders Vinny Marchionni, SJ expands on Australian Jim Jefferies’s lesson in humility on guns.
TJP Reads: American Psycho and Anna Karenina
Anonymity and Other Existential Problems of the Rich and Famous
Guess Who’s #InTheGame?
And no, FIFA didn’t bribe Vinny Marchionni, SJ or The Jesuit Post to write about this.
“Hey Bruh, Check Out My Dad Bod!”
Wherein sacrifice adds inches to your waist.
Worth Reading: Johann Hari
Vinny Marchionni, SJ shares an interesting take on how to save the War on Drugs’ #1 casualty – addicts.
A Short Career Rather Than A Long Career
To freely go where you never thought you would – retirement. Vinny Marchionni, SJ considers some recent decisions in football.