Brendan was born and raised in southern California. His love of narrative and social justice led him to pursue degrees in English (BA) and Theology (MA) at Loyola Marymount University. Before joining the Jesuits he taught high school and served as a Jesuit Volunteer in Belize before returning to LMU as the director of Community Service and Social Justice. Brendan recently completed an MA in Social Philosophy at Loyola, Chicago and currently teaches in the Matteo Ricci College of Seattle University. For the record, he hasn't shaved his face in its entirety since October of 1994. The precision of this date is due to the fact that facial hair was a “Senior Privilege” at his high school; welcoming the privilege, he has never looked back.
Originalmente en inglés, traducido por Manuel Carrasco García-Moreno Detesto probarme ropa. Estoy seguro de que las cámaras de todo el país me han grabado dando vueltas antes de dar vueltas por las tiendas de ropa en un estado de indecisión nerviosa. Creo que tengo bastante buen gusto y ojo para lo que me queda y […]
Jane Campion’s ‘Top of the Lake’ explores the consequences of crime more than its solutions. Brendan Busse, SJ wonders if we’re “not merely interested in who deserves to die for pain, who did it, but how to keep living when we don’t know how to bear it.”