Tola Rotimi Abraham is from Lagos, Nigeria. She writes this, her debut novel, with one foot placed in the intimate and communal confines of Lagos and the other inside her characters’ heads.
A graduate of Regis Jesuit High School in Denver interviews her former theology teacher on her experiences in and out of the classroom.
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I grew up in the shadow of the Columbine and Aurora shootings. How can I hold the horror of another Colorado massacre?
My generation has never known what it is to exist without the possibility of death by firearms at school, at the movies.
After growing up Baptist, Nate Tinner-Williams became a Roman Catholic in December 2019. Now, after a move to New Orleans, he is planning to enter the seminary of the Josephites.
At the same time I haven’t been recognizing beauty every time it is before me, I also haven’t been recognizing God. What if those disconnects are related?
Trump’s supporters see him as a messiah. What does it mean for Christians to try and love them—and him?
What are we to do with the fact that the insurrectionists and presumably many more of President Trump’s supporters really treat this man like a messiah?
They’re Democrats and Republicans, Catholics, Protestants and a Buddhist. But they all graduated from a Jesuit high school, college or university.