Everyone has a vocation. Brendan Busse, SJ offers five steps for anyone trying to discover their own call.
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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 served as a Jesuit Volunteer in Belize and worked in Campus Ministry at LMU as the director of Community Service and Social Justice. In recent years he studied Social Philosophy (MA) at Loyola University, Chicago and taught in the Matteo Ricci College of Seattle University. He was ordained a priest in 2017.
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More Than Spanish: 7 Things a VP Candidate Might Learn From a Year of Service Abroad
Hillary Clinton announced Jesuit-educated Tim Kaine as her running mate last weekend and the media went wild. Brendan Busse, SJ shines some light on what the popular stories are missing.
For Your Goodness – A Prayer of Gratitude in Trying Times
In the wake of recent tragedies, Brendan Busse, SJ finds himself praying for the goodness of things.
More Joy – Washing Dishes and Witnessing Resurrection
The Easter season continues and Brendan Busse, SJ finds new life in the same old places.
Fear and Passion: Celebrating Holy Week in a Time of Terror
Brendan Busse, SJ looks for peace in the Passion, for freedom in a world full of fear.
House Mass: The Mystery in the Mundane
Whether in cramped quarters or cavernous churches, Brendan Busse, SJ sees the sacred, and what holds it all together.
Simple Gestures and Signature Graces
In a wordy world Brendan Busse, SJ finds that simple gestures often reveal the greatest graces.
Here. But not yet. A TJP Advent-ure: Week 1
In the first of the “Here. But not yet. Advent-ture” blog series, Brendan Busse, SJ sets the stage with dramatic tension, lights and all.
Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on the faults of fatherhood and our image of God.