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How one Jesuit Network Supports 50,000 Farmers and Artisans across Latin America

By MegAnne Liebsch February 8, 2022 — At 18, Alberto Irezabal Vilaclara thought his future was in engineering. He enrolled in the industrial engineering program at the Jesuit-run Iberoamericana University in Mexico City. But after a summer working with an agriculture co-op in Chiapas, Mexico, Alberto decided a traditional engineering career wasn’t for him. After …

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Jesuit Quick Hits

June 17, 2021 — Here are the latest updates from Jesuits across the United States and Canada. Final Vows Fr. Jean-Maxéne Joazile, SJ, Fr. Achange Siméus, SJ, and Fr. Stanley Charles, SJ, professed final vows in the Society of Jesus on May 29 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Fr. Paul Rourke, SJ, also made his final vows …

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What Is Pope Francis’ “Infrastructure” Plan? 

By Fr. Travis Russell, SJ April 19, 2020 — When Americans hear the word “infrastructure,” we usually think of roads and bridges. We can’t help it. It’s paved onto our imaginations like Route 66. Where else, except in America, would a movie like “Thelma and Louise” make sense? Nowhere. Muscle cars? Big, gas-guzzling SUVs? Made only in the USA. Even America’s all-time best selling self-help book, “The Road Less Traveled” by Scott M. Peck, has infrastructure in its title. I could go on. My point …

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What Are the Possibilities for Immigration Reform in the United States?

By Caitlin-Marie Ward February 8, 2020 — President Joe Biden has wasted no time since his inauguration as the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021. That very day, he issued a flurry of executive orders reversing some of the most harmful immigration policies of the previous administration. He also introduced legislation …

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Discerning my Catholic Engagement in Civic Life After the Election

by Sylvester Tan, SJ November 10, 2020 — In a recent interview with Pope Francis, activist Carlo Petrini told Francis a story about a conversation his grandmother had with a priest. In 1948, Petrini’s grandmother was a pious and active Catholic, but her late husband had been a leader in a political movement that had a confrontational relationship with the church. After a priest heard …

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Ignatian Parenting

Parenting is never an easy task. But in the middle of a pandemic… Amidst cries for racial justice… When schools are closed and education blurs into Zoom meetings… It’s particularly hard to find God in all of these things.