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.
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Michael O’Loughlin’s Hidden Mercy paints a new history of the Catholic response to the HIV/AIDS crisis.
In his first article, An explores how painting a classmate’s photo gave him a glimpse of how God might create beauty.
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.
Philip started writing fiction as an escape during the pandemic. He hopes this story can be an inspiration for others in their discernment and sense of true beauty, including the scars and the most vulnerable parts of ourselves.
Preparing for Christmas, Timothy reflects that “this is Emmanuel. God WITH us. He is not merely physically located with us in the same space and time, but He is hungry with us.”
With his latest music release, Aric captures the particular mixture of joy and emptiness that marks the darkest days before the coming of the Lord.
In the wake of theater composer Stephen Sondheim’s death on November 26, Shane Liesegang, SJ tries to understand why the loss feels so personal for so many.
At the start of Advent Timothy Bishop, SJ asks the question that will be answered by Jesus’ coming: not just “Who Am I?” but “Who are You, God?”