June 19th is remembered as the day that slavery ended in the South. The hope it calls forth must be met with a challenge us all to ask: Who do we want to be for each other?
All posts by Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ
Patrick is an amateur of life, a psychoanalyst by training, and passionate of Ignatius spirituality. He is a regent at Creighton University in Omaha, NE where he teaches in the Department of Psychology. Also, he is the author of The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola, (Anamchara 2021).
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One Moment for One Thing: Make Room For Hope
Today, we introduce to you “One Moment for One Thing,” a video series and a tiny space for you in your day to reflect, to pray, to consider where your heart is and how God is working in you. And today, we invite you to reflect on Hope.
After George Floyd’s Suffocation: A Litany for Oxygen From a Black Jesuit
While many fear contracting COVID-19, a respiratory illness, the death of George Floyd reminds Black people that we must also worry about the police blocking, or stopping, our respiration.
I Am in Awe and Wonder of God Whenever I Pray
The mystery of wonder involved in the Spiritual Exercises consists of meeting people in their spiritual journeys with God. The wonder includes accompanying with love and compassion, helping people remember they are precious creatures of creation.
Black History Month is for Everyone
Be Open and Bold: It Is Not Too Late to Learn Our American History.