Worry is worthless. Worship is worthy of us. Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on praise, reverence, and service.
Pope Francis asks every European parish, monastery, and religious community to welcome a single refugee family into their home, notes Brendan Busse. A flood of humanity awaits the response.
What to do when our fantasy life doesn’t match our real life? Brendan Busse, SJ wants for a love that is real.
Black churches are burning, and Brendan Busse tells us we cannot ignore the symbolism.
In a moment of anxious self-doubt Brendan Busse, SJ finds peace in the present and the real.
Wherein Brendan Busse shares two questions that will, in fact, make you a better lover.
Faults are rupturing all around us. Brendan Busse asks us to look at the tensions beneath the crisis.
“We all have a good script and we’re all just waiting to be discovered.” L.A. native, Brendan Busse, S.J., finds something deeply human in the City of Angels.
In light of even more troubling events in the news, Brendan Busse reflects not just on how many deaths matter but on how any lives matter.