Living with bed bugs is terrible. Garrett Gundlach, SJ looks back on his infestation for insight.
We belong to one another. Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ explores the claims we make on each other and God.
Ever wonder if the life you’re living is the life you want? Eric Immel, SJ has.
When the world is too much for words how do we pray? Jesuit playwright, Damian Torres-Botello, SJ suggests we pray simply, as we are, with a bit of silence, pen, and paper.
In a moment of anxious self-doubt Brendan Busse, SJ finds peace in the present and the real.
Jason Welle, remembering his family, reflects on his hopes for the U.S. after this week’s decision.
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.
The Loyola University Chicago Men’s Volleyball Team wanted to repeat as NCAA National Champions. Eric Immel, SJ, reflects on his journey toward becoming a part of the team.
Wherein Brendan Busse shares two questions that will, in fact, make you a better lover.
Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ’s narrow understanding of love gives way to reveal the broad, rich and complex reality it always was.