Borders are places of encounter and division, hope and despair. Garrett Gundlach, SJ finds all of these on both sides of the border after a recent visit to Nogales.
It’s hard to say goodbye, even for well-traveled Jesuits like Garrett Gundlach, SJ.
Moment has arrived, an app that counts the minutes Garrett Gundlach SJ spends on his iPhone. Uh-oh.
What connects Advent, a Yak, and you? Garrett Gundlach has the answer.
If technology is how and where we meet and share, how do we go there with our whole selves, not just our shopper and gossiper?
Garrett Gundlach SJ realizes that maybe parody is just parody, and “Weird Al” deserves the success he’s had coming for 30 years.
Garrett Gundlach, SJ muses on freedom, collateral damage, and hangovers one year after Icona Pop’s hit summer song.
Garrett Gundlach, SJ loves the World Cup but feels like we’re not always getting the whole story…
Garrett Gundlach, SJ reflects on ‘unaccompanied child migration’, weighing stats vs. stories, speaking vs. listening, finger-wagging vs. sensitive policy.