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All posts by Kevin Kuehl, SJ
Kevin is currently studying philosophy at Saint Louis University. His interest in international relations took him from the grit of his boyhood home in Memphis to the grind of Georgetown University where he studied culture and politics. After escaping from D.C., he served as a missionary and teacher at a children's home in Honduras. While completing a degree in Ministry at Creighton University, he worked at the Schlegel Center for Service & Justice. Kevin is a runner, naturalist, and trivia buff.
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Letters to the Candidates: Concerns from a Catholic Perspective
Neither presidential candidate’s platform fully aligns with Catholic teaching. Here are two letters calling them to reconsider positions that do not reflect the love of neighbor that is central to the Catholic perspective.
Letter to President Trump: Welcoming the Stranger
President Trump’s defense of the unborn is laudable, but his views and policies on immigration fail to adequately account for the human dignity of immigrants and must be re-examined.
Letter to Vice President Biden: Protecting the Unborn
Vice President Biden’s Catholic faith has shaped his care for the poor and marginalized, but his increasingly extreme political position on the issue of abortion must be reconsidered.
Solidarity and Anti-Racism | Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat
Although solidarity is one of the values of Catholic Social Teaching, it is easily forgotten that it is not just a feeling of sympathy with those who suffer. Solidarity is a constant effort to create a society centered on equity and justice. Kevin Kuehl gives us four characteristics of true solidarity and asks us to consider with whom do we practice solidarity in our following of Jesus: with those who are fighting for justice or with those who are perpetuating oppression?
DACA Supreme Court Decision: Uncertain Hope for Dreamers
The Supreme Court’s ruling offers temporary relief for young migrants. Legislation is needed for a permanent fix.
Decisión de la Corte Suprema sobre DACA: Esperanza Incierta para los Dreamers
La opinión de la Corte Suprema ofrece un alivio temporal para los jóvenes inmigrantes. Hace falta legislación para una solución permanente.
On Earth Day, My Grandma’s Dream Reminds Me to Let God Be the Gardener
Gardening does not need to be about perfection; it can help us remember that God is the one who is in control.
The Body of Christ at the Border
What the Annual Border Mass Reveals about Being on the Margins