What makes Mom so important?
All posts by Ken Homan, SJ
Ken Homan is a Jesuit brother from the Midwest Province. He is currently working on a doctorate in history at Georgetown University where he is a graduate assistant for the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor.
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Service Trips and Selfies
Service trip participant & chaperone Br. Ken Homan wonders, “Are they actually worth it?”
American Dream, or American Nightmare?
Ken Homan, SJ wonders why his dream is made of others’ nightmares.
What Dylann Roof Deserves
Should we kill Dylann Roof? Would that help the struggle for racial justice? Ken Homan is less than sure.
‘Tis a Gift to Be Creative
Woodworker Ken Homan offers some tips for more meaningful gift giving.
Advent – It’s NSFW
Advent often focuses on the light of the wreath. Ken Homan, SJ wonders about the darkness that surrounds it.
The Jesuit Trade
Woodworker and Jesuit Ken Homan wonders if it’s time for the Jesuits to open trade schools
The Last Time This Happened…
Jesuit Brother Ken Homan ponders what could happen at the next Jesuit general congregation.
Songs of Summer 2016
As both an S.J. and a D.J., Br. Ken Homan shares his playlist for summer 2016.