In the first of the “Here. But not yet. Advent-ture” blog series, Brendan Busse, SJ sets the stage with dramatic tension, lights and all.
Commitments, errands and responsibilities keep Garrett Gundlach, SJ anxious and distracted. Until he lets himself stop.
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.
Eric Immel, SJ admits that sometimes everything seems to get in the way of the love that’s offered and the love he wants to give.
Joe Simmons, SJ considers the ‘holy fools’ in his life, and what it might take to become a saint in today’s world.
Damian Torres-Botello, SJ reminds us revealing yourself to the world, even to the ones you love, is not easy.
Brendan Busse, SJ reflects on the faults of fatherhood and our image of God.
Garrett Gundlach, SJ is learning the value of humility the hard way, one game of ‘Two Truths and a Lie’ at a time.
What happens when more than 300 teenagers and the Pope get together? Adam Rosinski, SJ explains.
Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ goes back to school and discovers that sitting still can be surprisingly active.