What does current immigration policy tell us about the God we believe in?
All posts by Lucas Sharma, SJ
Lucas Sharma SJ is a Jesuit Regent at Seattle University teaching Sociology. His undergrad degree is from Gonzaga University (GO ZAGS!). He served as a Jesuit Volunteer in Washington, DC and earned an MA in Sociology at Loyola Chicago. Lucas recently earned a MA in Philosophy at Fordham University specializing in the works of Michel Foucault. Lucas seeks to better understand his greatest role models, Martha Stewart and Celine Dion through cooking enormous meals and singing Celine’s greatest hits. Other interests include researching puppies, having “friendship time” with good conversation and chaotic dancing, and watching General Hospital.
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No More “Me Too”
Oprah called everyone to action at the Golden Globes. What will we do next?
HIV, Advent, and Inclusion
On this World AIDS Day, might we be called to decrease stigma and increase love?
Greg Boyle’s New Book Enters Stores November 14th
Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kinship calls us to savor tenderness.
What Happened: Spiritual Lessons from Hillary Rodham Clinton
What more might Hillary Clinton’s new book teach us besides what literally happened in the 2016 Presidential Election?
I’m Not Welcome Here
What does it feel like to be unwelcome and unwanted in your home community?
The Slaves Still Among Us
What does it mean to be truly patriotic this 4th of July?
Making Friends and Saying Goodbyes
Is friendship worth it when you know pain and goodbyes are inevitable?
The Resurrection: Does It Make a Difference?
During the Easter season, Lucas Sharma S.J. wonders whether the Resurrection of Jesus makes any demands on how we ought to be Church.