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We cannot remain silent!

The Jesuits voice their deep concern over the ongoing Gaza conflict, calling for peace, an immediate ceasefire, and negotiations towards justice in the Middle East.

Civil Rights Pilgrimage Brings New Orleans Catholics Together

By Rachel Amiri On February 24, a group from Holy Name of Jesus and Immaculate Conception Jesuit parishes, St. Katharine Drexel Catholic Church, the Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP) and the Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) embarked on a sobering and prayerful journey to Montgomery, Alabama, the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement in the …

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Christine Dragonette Promotes Love in Action at St. Francis Xavier College Church

By Ignatius Plato Social justice is central to the Society of Jesus’ way of proceeding. Christine Dragonette, the director of social ministry at St. Francis Xavier College Church in St. Louis, shares fully in this mission, basing all she does in love of her neighbors. Dragonette has served in social ministry at the parish for …

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Jesuit Educator Shares Experience in New Ministry with Ignatian Spirituality Project

By Ignatius Plato God occasionally calls us to serve others in new and potentially challenging ways. We may be asked to leave our comfort zone to respond to that call. For Jim Broderick-King, a new way to serve came in the form of the Ignatian Spirituality Project. Broderick-King has been an important part of the …

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