When victory is out of sight, Ken Homan asks why we keep competing.
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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A Climate of Hope: Changing the Tide Against the Rising Tide
Ken Homan reports on hope and the People’s Climate March.
Self-doubt, self-awareness and community at the gym – all of this makes Ken Homan ask: is my workout really making me healthy?
Organizing Activism: The Clash of the Faith That Does Justice
Ken Homan reflects on his experiences of activism and community organizing, and how they can better serve a faith that does justice.
Ten Jesuit-Endorsed Summer Adventures
Summer is here (or will be soon!) and if you’re looking for adventure, Ken Homan has ten suggestions for you.
Wrestling with Humility
What do wrestling and humility have in common? Quite a bit, writes our resident grappler and coach Ken Homan.
Notes on a Hip-Hop Conversion
After a long time doubting that hip-hop could be more than heavy beats and gold chains, Ken Homan sees the light.
Chipotle and Food Justice
The new Chipotle commercial is both beautiful and provocative, but is Chipotle really balancing fast food and food justice? Br. Ken Homan explores.