Author Archives: The Jesuit Post on Millennial

Global Catholicism: The Church is Changing, But Not How We Might Think

This post by Jeremy Zipple, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post. A friend once told me she’d love to be a fly on the wall at Jesuit community dinners. “I’d learn a ton,” she said, implying, I guess, that a tableful of overly educated guys with varied interests could surely produce some profitable […]

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The Beauty of Breastfeeding

[This post by Jeff Sullivan, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post] “Do you mind if I feed Jonathan?” my sister-in-law asked me as she threw an oversized blanket over her shoulder – but the question she was posing to me wasn’t really “if,” it was “where.” My sister-in-law was gauging whether or not I […]

Migration Is Not the Problem

[This article by Alejandro Olayo-Méndez, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post] What did you notice today? Back when I was teaching high school, it’s that question that I used to pose, over and over again, to my sophomore students. What did you notice today? Sometimes they were annoyed by the question, sometimes inspired by […]

Do You Know How to Hug?

[This post by Jeff Sullivan, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post] The hug seems instinctual, no? We’ve been doing it, or rather, have had it done to us since the day we got out of the womb. And yet, just like long distance running and cell phone etiquette, we all think we know how […]

The Narrow Path to the Middle Class, on “Two American Families”

[This post by Jeremy Zipple, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post] I’ll cut straight to the chase: The PBS/Frontline documentary Two American Families is bleak, so bleak it may make you lose all hope in the long-term viability of the American middle class. It is also stunningly thought provoking, and if I were […]

Remain In Love: To Live Without Leaving

[This post by Brendan Busse, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post, where the author is a blogger] My last day in Rio was a lonely one. My newfound friends had mostly left the city, moving on to new adventures or returning home to the same old thing but different – accomplished, enamored, inspired. I […]

Confessions of a Raging Extrovert (a Top 10 List)

[This post by Matt Stewart, SJ is also featured on The Jesuit Post, where the author is an assistant editor] Not all that long ago a fellow Fordham student (and loyal TJP reader) posted an interesting video about introverts on Facebook. As a raging, falling-off-the-boat, say-everything-that-comes-to-my-head extrovert, I found the video informative – and kind […]

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