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.
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A Model of Prophetic Hope on the Rio Grande for the Catholic Bishops
What the Annual Border Mass Reveals about Being on the Margins
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A newly canonized saint speaks to us. Will we be able to hear?
In response to last week’s article “Should A Catholic Support the Border Wall?” by Daniel Mascarenhas, SJ, Brian Strassburger, SJ explores the broader issue of immigration reform, especially as it relates to the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Voice of the Amazon Cries Out: Who Will Listen?
At the heart of the Pan-Amazonian Synod is the integral ecological vision of Pope Francis.
A Christian take on immigration, Trump’s border wall, and the fence between the head and the heart.
A Jesuit reflects on what the struggle for justice in Puerto Rico can teach all people of good will.