Listening to “Others,” or What I Learned From a Language Exchange

  May 5, 2021  Blogs, Race, Spirituality ~ Approx 5 mins

At the beginning of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Andrew Milewski, S.J. reflects on how a language exchange turned into a place of encounter and friendship. In this place of encounter, he wrestles with how to pray and have solidarity with the diverse Asian-American community and his friends who are a part of that group.

Re-Release of “Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat”

  Feb 1, 2021  Justice, Know Justice Know Peace, Race, Series, Spirituality ~ Approx 5 mins

February 1st is the beginning of Black History Month. In order to help mark this month, The Jesuit Post is re-releasing “Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat.” Our re-release of the retreat includes translations of all twelve talks into both Spanish and French. Join us this month as we continue our process of conversion toward antiracism, in our own hearts and in our society at large.

Lament Must Precede Solidarity | Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat

  Aug 19, 2020  Justice, Know Justice Know Peace, Race, Series ~ Approx 19 mins

Some realities in life can only be known through tears. The participation of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) members in antiracism is not a hobby or an optional venture: it’s a matter of survival.They do not have the luxury that White people have to retire from the conversation of racism and flee from its painful realities. Matt Briand, SJ, invites us to put aside our fear to weep with those who weep because of racism, for true Christian love suffers along the beloved, and commits to justice.

The Value of Human Life: An African Jesuit Reflects on the Black Lives Matter Movement

  Jul 16, 2020  Current Events, Global Catholicism, Justice, Race ~ Approx 4 mins

What is the value of human life? While there seems to be an agreement that such a question is worth asking, there is much debate on what ought to be its appropriate response. The incongruity in the responses to this age-old question has led to the heart-rending atrocities at Auschwitz, the bombing of Hiroshima and […]