After two years of disrupted routines, many are finally back into a sort of pre-pandemic routine. Brian finds that, despite the comfort of ritual, Advent reminds him to break out of it.
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Scent is the strongest sense tied to memory. For our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, Conan reviews a year in Peru and olfactory memories flood his Ignatian Examens.
Jesuit values at public universities? The Newman Center at UCSD is taking to heart Fr. Arrupe’s call to form men and women for others, one service project, one retreat at a time.
During Lent, St. Ignatius once threatened to throw out any Jesuit who did one little thing. It’s probably not what you expect.
St. Ignatius knew that the spiritual life was not lived alone. In the Exercises, he gives us a tool for how to live with those who we’d rather tune out.
Major League Baseball players and owners have been in a lockout for two months now. Neither side is amicable to the other. What advice from the Spiritual Exercises can help find a way through this situation?
The end of 2021 is here! Today we reflect on the year by reviewing the 10 most-read TJP articles of 2021.
In the First Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius wants us to focus on the reality of sin in the world and in ourselves. This helps us to recognize God’s great mercy and to see ourselves as sinners loved by God.
Some Jesuits enter the Society of Jesus not knowing whether they’re called to priesthood or to the vocation of being a Jesuit brother. Read how one brother discovered his particular vocation.
Jesuit brothers live out the Jesuit charism and remind priests who they really are and who they are meant to serve by bringing home the smell of the sheep. Ken Homan, SJ, shares his vocation as a brother.