By Ángel Flores-Fontánez I still remember the day I got my first Bible. One night, my mother, a Black Puerto Rican woman, gathered me and my older brother in one of the bedrooms of our home in Cañaboncito. “I have something to show you,” she said, with a serious and gentle tone in her voice. Having our …
Father Provincial Ronald A. Mercier wrote a letter urging prayer and action against systemic racism in the U.S. in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
Rooted in the faith that does justice, the Jesuit Social Research Institute works to transform the Gulf South through action research, analysis, education, and advocacy on the core issues of poverty, race, and migration.
Time, talent and treasure: the golden wish of every nonprofit professional fulfilling a robust mission with lean staff on even leaner budgets. It’s a common problem, requiring an uncommon solution.
A shared commitment to social justice led a Jesuit and his friend to find an innovative way to address the root causes of migration to improve the lives of indigenous people in Chiapas, Mexico.
Each spring, second-year novices participate in an immersive teaching workshop aimed at introducing them to the theories and realities of Catholic social teaching.
Father Thomas Clark, SJ, engages with the mystery of evil in racial divisions in the United States, particularly in his experience in Baton Rouge, La.
Neither “conservative” nor “liberal.” Fr. Rafael Garcia, SJ, writes about the Catholic Church’s consistent ethic of life.
When Jesuits in the U.S. and Canada want to develop greater corporate responsibility, they turn to dialogue rather than divestment. The Jesuit Committee on Investment Responsibility is one tool to achieve real change.