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The Rev. James Martin, S.J., is a Jesuit priest, author and editor at large at America.
FaithFaith in Focus
James Martin, S.J.
How do we communicate what it was like to live that day to people who were not yet born?
FaithFaith and Reason
James Martin, S.J.
These statistics should be enough to make us want to undergo a metanoia, a change of mind and heart, and make us ask why our church is not only not a welcoming place to L.G.B.T.Q. people, but actively unwelcoming.
Father Stephen Saffron, parish administrator, elevates the Eucharist during a traditional Latin Mass July 18, 2021, at St. Josaphat Church in the Queens borough of New York City. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
FaithShort Take
James Martin, S.J.
Father James Martin analyzes Pope Francis’ new decree.
Arts & CultureTelevision
James Martin, S.J.
James Martin S.J.'s 1994 review of ‘Friends,’ published when it first aired.
Mourners participate in a peace march May 6, 2016 prior to the funeral Mass of Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan at the Church of St. Francis Xavier in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City. Father Berrigan, a peace and social justice activist, died April 30 at age 94. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz) 
FaithLast Take
James Martin, S.J.
Dan may have been a “radical,” but he was also a man committed to his Jesuit vows.
FaithLent Reflections
James Martin, S.J.
Suffering is never the end in the Christian worldview and, more importantly, the Christian experience.  
FaithFaith in Focus
James Martin, S.J.
The mystery of the Triune God goes beyond the confines of sex or gender.
FaithFaith in Focus
James Martin, S.J.
Honesty means sharing things you might consider inappropriate for conversation with God.
FaithLent Reflections
James Martin, S.J.
Metanoia is deeper than repentance. It’s a wholesale turning around, a re-orientation of everything.
FaithFaith in Focus
James Martin, S.J.
Many if not most single people may struggle with how to celebrate Valentine’s Day, if they choose to do so at all.