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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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.
Attention all NCAA Basketball fans: You only have a few hours left to fill out your March Madness bracket! This year, Justin Grosnick and Dan Dixon suggest five tips to pick with your heart instead of your head – and have more fun in the process.
Fantasy and the imagination have much to contribute to our religious experience. We’re excited to announce this new series, “Fantasy, Fiction, and Faith,” that will examine imaginative literature from the lens of faith.
TJP has an updated resource to share! Last Spring, we debuted the TJP Curriculum Guide. This guide includes articles and videos published by TJP, organized into twenty different themes, with hyperlinks to the content. This can be useful in classrooms, for retreats, for faculty formation, or however else you might find helpful. Check out the list of themes and download the updated TJP Curriculum Guide.
Is it really the Easter season? Despite the coronavirus pandemic gripping the world, there are signs of Easter around us. The Jesuit Post is launching a new series for the rest of the Easter season to share stories of hope and joy that we encounter in the world. Do you need some of that in your life today? Check out the first article in the series!
Unlike the dismal tone that dominates most gritty television these days, Noah found in Emmy-nominee Ted Lasso a virtue in short supply: hope.
In college, Joe loved to man the playlist at the party. For Lent this year, he offers a selection of tunes to guide you through these forty days. Bookmark it, and return each week.
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.
One Jesuit thought he was done with deer hunting for good when he entered religious life. Then he had an opportunity to hunt earlier this month in northern Michigan. Here’s what he learned about prayer during that time.