On this episode of the AMDG podcast, our guest is Tom Chabolla, president of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, one of the largest lay, Catholic volunteer programs in the world.
Subject Area: Youth
January 19, 2024 — This morning, Fr. Chris Kellerman, SJ, Secretary of the Jesuit Conference Office of Justice and Ecology, delivered this homily at the Ignatian Family Mass for Life, which is organized by the Ignatian Solidarity Network and the Jesuit Conference, at St. Aloysius Church in Washington, D.C. Despite the snowy weather, around 250 …
By Eric A. Clayton “Hope does not disappoint,” St. Paul writes, “because the love of God has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us.” (Rom 5:5) This is one of my favorite lines in scripture. But it takes a bit of work. Because it’s tempting — and, …
On this episode of the AMDG podcast, Keith Urgo, head coach of the Fordham Rams men’s team and and the Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year, talks Jesuit basketball.
On this episode of the AMDG podcast, Dr. Amy Uelmen, a professor at Georgetown Law, discusses the challenges of polarization in higher education and how to get students to speak and listen to each other across divides on complex social issues.
When I enrolled at Saint Peter’s, the college had a motto: “Education, one student at a time.” The faculty and staff truly lived up to this vision.
By Eric A. Clayton We spent much of the morning setting up the cameras and the lights and checking the sound equipment. Sun spilled in through the floor-length windows casting doubt on the necessity of the lights we’d pulled out of storage. But we kept them up just to be safe. Alejandro Calderón was in …
There’s something unique and exciting about the work being done at Our Lady’s School and Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. As Pope Francis has called on the church to make her home at the peripheries, it makes perfect sense for the Jesuits to be here in San Diego, a literal periphery at the edge of the country, accompanying this historically underserved community.
The Ignatian Mass for Life will be celebrated prior to the March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday, January 21, 2022, at 9:30 AM, at St. Aloysius Church.