Announcing TJP’s first-ever print edition, being launched at the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.
Two years ago, we wrote: “We hope [this site] will help you think about God and the Church a little differently, a little more deeply, a little more often.” Two years in, that’s still what we hope.
From heartfelt prayers for Syria, to how God looks at us, to badass saints and what the fox says — all in the last month at TJP.
We here at TJP have been all over the place the last few weeks, and we don’t just mean geographically. Check out our travels in our latest “Weeks in Review.”
Trayvon, Dzhokar, DOMA, Paula Deen, a new papal encyclical, TJP in Brazil – just to name a few. Catch up on these last few busy weeks in our latest “Weeks In Review”!
TJP’s first editorial, climate change, superheroes, & #whatsyoursign: all this and more in the latest edition of Weeks in Review.
Heaven for atheists, a jazz pope, and fashion tips from a Time Lord: if you can’t find something worth reading from this Weeks in Review, it’s your own fault.
TJP catches up on the end of spring, as summer begins.
Whether you’re trying to make some sense of the Boston Marathon bombings, still celebrating Earth Day, or even listening to Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop”, this Week in Review has something for everyone.
Looking back on the last two weeks, and letting the pieces speak for themselves: here’s your chance to catch up on TJP.