For many of us, morning coffee is a sacred routine. Still, sometimes it loses its flavor. Beto explains how his ritual coffee helped him respond to difficult moments in his spiritual life.
All posts by Humberto (Beto) Guzmán Parra, SJ
Humberto (Beto) Guzmán Parra is a Jesuit scholastic from Mexico. Before entering the Jesuits, he studied architecture at the Jesuit University in Puebla, Mexico. Currently, Beto is studying philosophy at the Jesuit University of Guadalajara and works with the Purépecha, an indigenous tribe in Guadalajara.
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Tears are a sign of a Jesus-like friendship
Moving on to a new mission, Beto found himself choked up with tears. Saying goodbye to dear friends and faithful Jesuits, he learned a lesson about how Jesus works in the world.
A simple Christmas task: dedicate yourself to loving people.
Beto spent Christmas in the mountains of northern Mexico with the Tarahumara tribe. As they celebrated Jesus’ birth, he found Christ alive in their warm hospitality and dependence on each other.
Three Simple Lessons from St. Ignatius
As we celebrate the feast of St. Ignatius, Beto shares three important ways the founder of the Society of Jesus has shaped his Jesuit vocation.
Wondering where God is? Look to the poor, they’ll show you.
Why is it that when we lift our eyes to the sky, searching for answers, we are often directed back to Earth? In his first article, Beto recounts the surprise of seeking God above, but finding God in the least around him.