In the new film “Llegaron de Noche,” we learn the story of Lucía, the sole witness to the murder of the Jesuits and two housekeepers at the UCA in El Salvador. Her courage and commitment to the truth is a model for all of us.
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Academy Award-nominee CODA caused Myles to burst into tears. He suspects you will, too.
Watching Netflix’s new Don’t Look Up, Jose was reminded of a time when he was overwhelmed by stress. He found solace where the Magi did: in Adoration.
Joe enjoyed the nostalgic aspect of the latest Matrix movie but was left wondering if the series has lost its potent mythology.
The end of 2021 is here! Today we reflect on the year by reviewing the 10 most-read TJP articles of 2021.
With the UN meeting on climate change in Glasgow and the increasing flights to space, Kevin Karam has been thinking a lot about the 2008 Pixar film, WALL-E, and what it has to tell us about what it means to be human and how our environment contributes to defining our humanity.
How do we respond when we don’t measure up to our own ideals or those placed on us by others? Tucker Redding, SJ, reflects on the latest Marvel TV series, Loki, and how we can find our own sense of glorious purpose.
With movies and the theater experience vastly declining amid a global pandemic, Dan Dixon SJ considers whether the Oscars still matter to us.
Oscar nominee “Nomadland” uses van-dwellers to give us an honest view of what it’s like to carry around grief and loss. It also provides a good reminder in this Easter season that grief and loss are not the end of the story.
Netflix’s new documentary “Seaspiracy” has lots of problems. A Jesuit marine biologist offers his take.