St. Ignatius’s Principle and Foundation can help us order our lives and our goals toward that is most important.
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In quarantine, if I wanted something, I could not simply open a door, drawer, or lid to get it. I had to ask, kind of like a child. If I wanted something different, I had to ask, like prayer.
The end of 2021 is here! Today we reflect on the year by reviewing the 10 most-read TJP articles of 2021.
The liturgical calendar invites us to order our lives around a cycle of stories. The same words return to collide with us in new ways. Like returning to a childhood bedroom in adulthood, memories pile up and dialogue.
We’ve all faced failure in our lives—whether in relationships, sports, school, or jobs–and those experiences can make us afraid to take risks. But if we allow ourselves to take leaps of faith, God does beautiful things.
In his latest diary, Deacon Steve can’t figure out who’s knocking on his door. Is it possible that Advent waiting is coloring his dreams?
In his first article, a Jesuit in Peru wonders if virtual teaching and a favorite Christmas song have something to teach him about unanswered prayers.
God became a person. That’s the wild belief of all Christians. Our latest Jesuit 101 explainer is a guide to the contemplation that helps us personally experience this reality.
Kicked out of his usual classroom, Patrick Hyland, SJ remembered his summers mowing lawns. The memories offered an unexpected spiritual encouragement.
Jesuit Brett Helbling learned an important lesson working at a homeless shelter soup kitchen: Don’t wait to tell someone they are important to you. They may disappear before you get the chance.