Matt Ippel, SJ celebrates the Jesuit commitment to “the service of faith and the promotion of justice”, remembers those who have died for it, and is inspired to keep fighting for it.
Posts in Creation
This weekend in Washington DC was the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice hosted by the Ignatian Solidarity Network. Two thousand students came from high schools and colleges around the country, along with a handful of international delegations. The theme for 2019 was “Radical Hope and Prophetic Action” and the event featured keynote speakers Sr. Peggy O’Neill, S.C., from the Center of Arts for Peace in El Salvador, Marcia Chatelain, Ph.D., from Georgetown University, and Reyna Montoya, CEO of Aliento.
Where are we as the Church moves toward the end of the Synod? A veteran observer of the synods and Papacy reflects.
At the heart of the Pan-Amazonian Synod is the integral ecological vision of Pope Francis.
A vegetarian diet to care for creation.
It’s been a long and heavy winter, but Garrett Gundlach, SJ feels the start of a powerful spring.
My friends and I found the sea lion exhibit down some stairs past a few enormous trees and between giant fake rock formations. It was a thick glass cross-section of a seashore, complete with jagged outcroppings and deep diving waters. The air smelled like salt, and I...
In this final installment, Ranger-Brother Ken explores what we can do to protect our public lands
Hills? Mountains? Or maybe something bigger? Colten Biro, SJ, reflects on a hike against his own stubbornness.
What most threatens America’s public spaces?