After his niece is baptized, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ notices changes in the relationships all around him.
Sadness comes, but Eric Immel, SJ remembers that this, too, can be redeemed.
In a wordy world Brendan Busse, SJ finds that simple gestures often reveal the greatest graces.
In the last part of the Advent-ure series, Garrett Gundlach, SJ realizes that it’s hard to match the nostalgia of childhood Christmas.
In Part 4 of the Adventure-series, Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ finds himself shopping around – for gifts and for parishes – and discovers the importance of the present.
In Part III of the “Advent-ure” series, Eric Immel, SJ learns how to see through the eyes of love. If only he could do that all the time.
In the second piece of the series, Damian Torres-Botello, SJ discovers the Advent-ure of waiting to meet male prostitutes in Chicago.
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.