It’s a seemingly simple question, but Michael Rossmann, SJ explores the many ways of asking and answering, “Where are you from?”
Posts in MAG+S & WYD
It Would Have Been Enough
With Brazil and World Youth Day still very much on his mind, Chris Schroeder reflects on generosity and wonder.
Remain In Love: To Live Without Leaving
Brendan Busse on the stomach-pain of leaving (Brazil, friends, World Youth Day) and the soft comfort of remaining (in love, across distance, in God).
TJPodcast: WYD Wrap Up
Talking about faith and culture, and even about the Church, doesn’t have to be boring, sappy, or preachy. Click play and let us prove it to you.
Both Rockin’ and Prayerful
The @TJPOnTour team scoops the networks by talking to the pilgrims instead of the press secretaries — and finds out why they came: the thirst for community, and for real love and joy.
God Has Not Been Idle with the Young
Pay attention to what God is already doing if you want to know what God needs us to do. God has not been idle with the youth.
MAGIS Experiences, Day 5
At Aparecida, the hottest day so far — while at Belem, the musical premieres, and the cast parties “Gangnam Style” afterwards.
Awaiting the Nations
A missing pin for the map and the pulse of something deep inside the chest — Brendan Busse on the desire for identity and the nations awaiting us at Magis.
MAGIS Experiences, Day 4
A Michael Jackson statue in the favela & Mass is a hostel room: just another day Magis.
Not Invincible, but Valuable: Lessons from Outside Cascavel
During a two-day homestay in the Brazilian countryside, Chris Schroeder meets a couple who cannot imagine choosing any life other than their own.