Voices
The Rev. James Martin, S.J., is a Jesuit priest, author and editor at large at America.
Revelers carry a rainbow flag along Fifth Avenue during the L.G.B.T. Pride Parade in New York on June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki, File)
FaithShort Take
James Martin, S.J.
The Congregation for Catholic Education’s new document on 'gender theory’ is a welcome invitation to dialogue. But it also contradicts science and ignores the real-life experience of L.G.B.T. people, Fr. James Martin, S.J. writes.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
As Jesus passed through the beautiful landscape of Galilee, how could he not have enjoyed the flowers and the trees, and seen the Father’s hand in nature?
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
Dying and rising should be happening all the time for us. And in us. It’s a way for us to participate in the beautiful mystery of the Resurrection, during the Easter season, and every day.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
Part of embracing resurrection and new life is embracing it not only in Jesus, not only in yourself, but in those around you.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
God is continually inviting us to growth and continually enabling us to let some things in our life die so that we can experience new life.
FaithShort Take
James Martin, S.J.
The problem is not the priesthood; the problem is clericalism.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
To live out the Resurrection we have to first truly believe in Jesus’s resurrection.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
The church, in its wisdom, gives us a whole liturgical season to celebrate Easter.
FaithExamen
James Martin, S.J.
God is being revealed to us every moment of the day. And so all these moments should make us say what Thomas says to Jesus, when we realize who it is who is speaking to us: “My Lord and My God!”
FaithFaith in Focus
James Martin, S.J.
I believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the first Easter Sunday. And I do not see that as any sort of parable or metaphor.