Spirituality on Tap

with Brendan Busse, S.J.

Meant to Be? Imagine That: Personal Vocation and the Ignatian Call to Creative Imagination

Join Magis and Ignatian Spirituality Center for a retreat in everyday life!

Wednesday, March 20th, 7-9pm

Seattle University, 901 12th Ave, Seattle, WA

Casey Commons (500)

A little about the evening...

Join for an evening of reflection and conversation with Brendan Busse, S.J. who will reflect on the role of imagination in our being and becoming as a means of discovering and answering the call of our life in creation, relation, and dedication. We will explore the idea of personal vocation as an ongoing answer to a deceptively simple question: How do we accept the great gift of our life, and what can we possibly give in return? Please join us for this wonderful evening retreat in everyday life! This program is geared for students, young alumni, and adults in their 20’s and 30’s - all faith and spiritual backgrounds are welcome. Event is free of cost. To RSVP, or for more information, email Magis.

Get to know Brendan Busse, S.J.

Brendan was born and raised in southern California. His love of narrative and social justice led him to pursue degrees in English (BA) and Theology (MA) at Loyola Marymount University. Before joining the Jesuits he taught high school and served as a Jesuit Volunteer in Punta Gorda, Belize for two years where he supervised the religious education programs of 29 village schools in the Maya Mountains. He returned to LMU as the director of Community Service and Social Justice. Brendan is currently a professor of Ignatian Spirituality at Seattle University, and a regular contributor to the Jesuit Post, a publication featuring awesome articles and useful tips on how to find God in everyday life.

Magis: Alumni Living the Mission

Magis is a program for at Seattle University that offers faith, justice, and leadership formation for Jesuit-educated alumni living in the Puget Sound region.