Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ’s narrow understanding of love gives way to reveal the broad, rich and complex reality it always was.
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps proudly claims that their members will be ‘ruined for life’. Eric Immel, SJ was never a Jesuit Volunteer but he’d like them to know that he’s been ruined too.
“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.
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.
In these first days of Easter, Eric Immel, SJ reflects on sickness, survival, and how the resurrected still bear the scars of crucifixion.
Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on service and leadership in a sacramental church where invisible grace is made visible and impossible things possible.
On Ash Wednesday Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ was reported deceased. Fortunately for the rest of us he lived to tell the tale.
In this heartfelt reflection Eric Immel, SJ brings a gymnast’s perspective to a world turned upside-down.
A concert at Red Rocks leads Brendan Busse, SJ to wonder what would happen if we stopped liking mystics and musicians and started taking their advice.
Our internal monologues are often full of critique and ideal expectations. Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ quiets the voice of critique just long enough to notice the gift of authenticity.