While in the novitiate, Danilo worked with numerous refugees and found himself invited to see himself and Christ in them.
Posts in Immigration
With rising numbers of migrants reaching our southern border, we need to be reminded of the mutually beneficial relationship between the Church and migrants in our transnational world. Migrants need the Church and the Church needs migrants.
How can we articulate a fair immigration policy in a divided country?
In the fourth season of the Jesuit Border Podcast, Frs. Brian and Louie interview leaders from different churches and organizations who are serving migrants across the U.S.-Mexico border. This guide can help you use the series for classroom teaching, group discussion, or deeper personal reflection.
In his first article for the Jesuit Post, Myles Kelley, SJ shares some of the challenges he faced in a summer at the Kino Border Initiative. In the midst of overwhelming problems, he was forced to ask “how do I respond when I feel completely helpless?”
Being overly concerned for our safety might be hindering us from experiencing God’s world. Alex Hale proposes that if we allow ourselves to be influenced by Jesus’ reckless love, we might just find ourselves more secure.
In the third season of the Jesuit Border Podcast, Frs. Brian and Louie get to know those helping migrants in the Rio Grande Valley and beyond. This guide can help you use the series for classroom teaching, group discussion, or deeper personal reflection.
The Jesuit Border Podcast explores the migrant situation at the U.S.-Mexico border and the Catholic response. Louie Hotop, SJ, and Brian Strassburger, SJ, share stories and interviews while reflecting on the themes of Catholic Social Teaching. This study guide can help you dive deeper into the podcast and share it in a parish, classroom, or small group setting.
An invitation to honesty and anti-racism in the face of white supremacy in the United States.
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