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.
Ever wish there were an autocorrect tool for your life? Eric Immel, SJ reflects on errors of commitment, judgment, and the grace of mistakes.
With millions marching around the world — for life, liberty, and justice — Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on the importance of rest and renewal in the long walk to freedom.
Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ fields lots of questions when he’s home for the holidays. Some of them are impossible to answer, but his responses are full of faith and from the heart.
On this feast of Epiphany Eric Immel, SJ recounts a story of hope and light in dark places.
Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on how the Christmas story isn’t all peace and pudding and on how deeply we need to hear it.
Eric Immel, SJ always knew he was adopted in love. Advent reminds him that he was also born there.
When it feels like he has nothing to write, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ knows something is wrong. Thank God it’s not permanent.
For some it’s nutmeg and cinnamon. For others it’s cigarettes and snow. Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on memories of half-smoked cigarettes and our need of a generous thanksgiving.