After his niece is baptized, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ notices changes in the relationships all around him.
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Keith grew up on Long Island, NY (not in) and first encountered the Jesuits at Fairfield University where he studied history and education. A graduate of Loyola University in Chicago, Keith ministered at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts for two years and then studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, CA. He was ordained a priest in 2018.
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In Part 4 of the Adventure-series, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ finds himself shopping around – for gifts and for parishes – and discovers the importance of the present.
Things I Do Not Like About Myself
Stressful tasks remind Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ of his many imperfections, and that he lives in the middle of a process of growing, not at the end of one.
Sitting Still: When Doing Nothing is Actually Something
Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ goes back to school and discovers that sitting still can be surprisingly active.
Newborn: Prayers Answered
Nothing captures the longing for God quite like the precious vulnerability of newborns and the prayers that surround them. Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ prays for and with his newborn niece
Our Claim: What We Need And Want
We belong to one another. Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ explores the claims we make on each other and God.
You Have Memories
Facebook memories can be both precise and incomplete at the same time. In either case, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ finds them to be an occasion of gratitude.
Impoverished Definitions: Love to Love to Love Ya
Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ’s narrow understanding of love gives way to reveal the broad, rich and complex reality it always was.
Real Presence: On (Being) Musical Wallpaper
Sometimes you’re the lead and sometimes you’re the back-up. In either case Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ sees the gift in your offering…the power of your presence.