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The Rev. James Martin, S.J., is a Jesuit priest, author and editor at large at America.
FaithShort Take
James Martin, S.J.
Two scholars who died this week—Albert Nolan, O.P., and Msgr. John P. Meier—made enormous contributions to our understanding of the historical Jesus and his message.
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FaithScripture Reflections
James Martin, S.J.
Jesus calls out his listeners by asking them to recognize the signs of the present time. How do we see where God is at work today, in the world and in our private lives?
FaithScripture Reflections
James Martin, S.J.
A Reflection for Tuesday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time, by James Martin, S.J.
FaithLast Take
James Martin, S.J.
James Martin, S.J., offers a personal remembrance of John O'Malley, S.J. the dean of Catholic historians and a mentor to generations of Jesuits, priests, religious men and women and Catholic laypeople.
FaithVantage Point
James Martin, S.J.
From 1995: James Martin, S.J., asked a number of the leading figures of American Catholicism to answer a short but complicated question: How can I find God?
FaithVantage Point
James Martin, S.J.
In 1995, James Martin, S.J., asked a number of the leading figures of American Catholicism to answer a short but complicated question: How can I find God? In 1997, he returned to the question with a new group of interlocutors.
FaithScripture Reflections
James Martin, S.J.
A Reflection for Wednesday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time, by James Martin, S.J.
FaithScripture Reflections
James Martin, S.J.
A Reflection for the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, by James Martin, S.J.
FaithLast Take
James Martin, S.J.
This Funeral Mass homily was delivered by James Martin, S.J., at Holy Trinity Church in Washington, D.C., on April 20, 2022.
FaithLast Take
James Martin, S.J.
Drew Christiansen, S.J., who died today at the Jesuit community in Georgetown University, where he lived, was a soft-spoken scholar who took on one of the most difficult jobs ever faced by an American Jesuit.