Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ goes back to school and discovers that sitting still can be surprisingly active.
Eric Immel, SJ wonders about the permanent, the temporary, and the desires beneath them both.
Worry is worthless. Worship is worthy of us. Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on praise, reverence, and service.
There are many ways to connect with others. Damian Torres-Botello, SJ reflects on the union of the lost and the unsure.
What do we sacrifice when winning is everything? Garrett Gundlach, SJ realizes that his competitive streak is often in the way of grace.
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
What does it mean to age well? Eric Immel, SJ wonders about life, loss, and the hope of love in it all.
It’s important to know what (or who!) you’re talking about. Damian Torres-Botello, SJ discovers the value of direct experience in a personal encounter.
What to do when our fantasy life doesn’t match our real life? Brendan Busse, SJ wants for a love that is real.
Living with bed bugs is terrible. Garrett Gundlach, SJ looks back on his infestation for insight.