Nino reports on the devastating tragedies currently tearing through Peruvian society. Reflecting on Antigone, he proposes a better way of living with one another.
All posts by Orlando Portalatin, SJ
Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Orlando moved to Florida right after high school to pursue a career in business. Prior to joining the Jesuits, he worked for 20 years in the human resources management field and was also involved in youth and young adult ministry at a parish in the Diocese of Orlando. He entered the Society of Jesus in 2015 and completed his philosophy studies at Loyola University Chicago in 2020. After teaching religion for two years at Colegio San Ignacio in San Juan, Orlando will be moving to Madrid in the fall to begin theology studies. He enjoys traveling, running and the outdoors.
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St. Ignatius’ Most Important Lesson: Pay Attention to What Is Catching Your Attention
At the end of the Ignatian Year, Orlando reflects on how Ignatius’ recuperation time after his fateful cannonball injury informed his own prayer.