What is it really like to travel with James Martin, SJ? George Williams, SJ has the inside scoop.
An exclusive excerpt from Jesus: A Pilgrimage by James Martin, SJ
Though he has eaten whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted, for most of his life, self-proclaimed “skinny glutton” Chris Schroeder explains some lessons he has learned about eating, drinking, and the enjoyment of life.
TJP editor Eric Sundrup, SJ professes his love for the crazies.
David Romero, in his first contribution to TJP tells us how his recent snow days helped him reflect on unexpected joy.
More than a capacity of the human mind, far more than unicorns or imaginary friends, imagination is a necessity of the human heart. Let’s celebrate it.
“Art and faith are all about returning us to our senses.” Our Catholic Writing Series closes with writer and scholar Gregory Wolfe.
Maybe this is what happens when you elect a Pope from the global South: the North’s issues get downgraded.
In this edition of our Catholic Writing Series, we journey to France to interview Orthodox novelist Olga Lossky
Dennis Baker says goodbye, goodluck, to a man who, for almost 20 years, has been a steady presence in unsteady lives.