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OBRIEN: The Beauty of Our Individual Chaos

O’BRIEN: The Beauty of Our Individual Chaos

By Fr. Kevin O'Brien, S.J. December 5, 2014

A proverb tells us, “God writes straight with crooked lines.” When I look back on my 48-year-old life, I celebrate satisfying successes and reckon with painful regrets and losses. I try to draw...

Hitting the Spot: Not Just a Boy’s Club

By Anonymous Submission February 14, 2013

I am a woman and I masturbate. Gasp! Shock! Awe! Yes. That’s correct. And guess what — if you’re reading this in a public place, the women around you do, too. Hey, chances are some of them are doing...

O’BRIEN: Which Career Is Right For You? God Knows

By Fr. Kevin O'Brien, S.J. October 28, 2011

Around this time every year, seniors drop by my office with the same anxious expression and the same pointed question: "What am I going to do next year?" They've just taken the LSAT or GRE, interview...

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