It can be incredibly distressing not to be believed. In our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, John encourages us to listen even to those whom everyone else doubts.
Posts in TJP Reads
Patrick Hyland, SJ reviews a new book from Bill Cain, SJ imagining the most personal writings of Jesus.
Images of state violence against gang members in El Salvador troubled Christian. In Greg Boyle’s new book and in his experience at Homeboy Industries, he found a radically different approach.
Books are on the rise – here’s what we’re reading.
The true power of Trevor Noah’s new (and hilarious) memoir is to enlist us in the war on bulls—.
Michael O’Loughlin’s Hidden Mercy paints a new history of the Catholic response to the HIV/AIDS crisis.
John Paul II’s inclusion of human experience makes him invaluable to conversations about sexual morality today.
A Jesuit says farewell to a favorite author
What more might Hillary Clinton’s new book teach us besides what literally happened in the 2016 Presidential Election?
With everything going on in the world in 2017, it was easy to miss the great writing that happened. Michael Rossmann, SJ has picked out the best articles of the year.