Rev. Michael Rossmann, SJ is a Jesuit priest and doctoral student at the Gregorian University in Rome. He previously served as the editor-in-chief of The Jesuit Post.
Arts & CultureShort Take
Limitations and rules are part of our daily lives. How do they make our lives more full?
Of Many Things
While Fr. Malone is away, Michael Rossmann, S.J., introduces readers to The Jesuit Post.
Of Other Things
I can pass thousands of people without anyone saying a single word to me.
Of Other Things
The T-shirt has become a defining symbol of our global, interconnected world and church.
Politics & SocietyOf Other Things
Two different responses to racial inequality and isolation in South Africa.
New basketball players often struggle with passing the ball to a moving teammate.
A coworker of mine was struggling to get her students to understand the concept of tolerance during a discussion in her sophomore English class. Seeing in class a pair of best friends, one Christian and the other Muslim, she used them as an example of people who showed tolerance towards each other.
In All Things
If asked to explain the causes of serious crime I would likely think of easy access to firearms drugs gangs and other things that grab headlines Perhaps taking a step back to reflect I would also think of a lack of economic opportunities family breakdown and poor education I most definitely w
FaithFaith in Focus
I, a Catholic and a Jesuit, am grateful for this Muslim holy season for challenging me to be a more dedicated child of God.