Author Archives: The Jesuit Post on Millennial

How Long? Not Long: Our Need of Rest and Renewal

This post by Brendan Busse, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. At the end of the 5-day march from Selma to Montgomery, Martin Luther King, Jr. noted that “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” Some days we may feel the curve of this arc but many days […]

Born in Love: On Advent and Adoption

This post by Eric Immel, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. There’s a book for everything. Everyone Poops is a seminal tale that comforts children when they start to realize that their bodies produce smelly, tummy-turning gifts for their parents. Other books teach us where our belly buttons are, how bulldozers and cranes rest […]

On Love and Dignity and Dying

This post by Jason Welle, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. Maybe by now you’ve heard the story of the California woman who shortly after her 29th birthday learned that she had brain cancer. About two months after her initial diagnosis, she learned that it was a very aggressive, incurable cancer and she […]

Before You Know It: Learning to Love

This post by Brendan Busse, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. My memory stinks. It’s incredible how little content I actually remember from my own schooling. As a teacher this both frustrated me and liberated me from the ego-driven worry that my students would receive, savor, and treasure every last pearl that dropped from my […]

If I Were A Boy: Beyonce, Jesus, and I

This post by Eric Immel, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. I recently stumbled upon the Beyoncélogues. These videos are the brainchild of actress Nina Millin and they deserve a million views on YouTube. Her idea is simple–strip away the all-powerful pop-goodness of Sasha Fierce’s best tracks and perform them as dramatic monologues.  As […]

Fidelity, Friendship, and Frozen

This post by Billy Biegler, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. Mid-sip of a cup of coffee, on an outing with an old high school friend, I heard the beginning of a terrifying sentence; “Remember the time in high school when….” Immediately, possibilities ran through my head–most of them embarrassing: Do I remember the […]

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