“Community organizing gives people the tools that they need to fight for justice and work toward a more equitable society,” says Fr. Baumann. “It creates a world where everyone belongs, can thrive and has a say in decisions that shape their lives.”
Subject Area: Social Justice
The Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States has issued a statement of solidarity with the Jesuits of Nicaragua and the faculty, staff and students of the UCA.
The Prophetic Communities Conference at the University of San Francisco explored the discipline of community organizing as an expression of Catholic social thought.
Students from Jesuit high schools in California came together in the state’s capital last month to advocate for social issues they’re passionate about.
The Ignatian Spirituality Project invites people recovering from homelessness and addiction to encounter God’s love, hope and healing through spiritual companionship that transforms lives. Our Approach We offer spiritual retreat programs, inspired by and rooted in Ignatian spirituality, which invite individuals into communities of hope and belonging. We are a network of volunteer teams building relationships …
Jesuit Father Rutilio Grande of El Salvador will be beatified January 22, 2022, in San Salvador.
The Gonzaga Family Haven in Spokane, Washington, aims to be the forever home for 72 families who had been struggling with homelessness.
Fr. Sonny Manuel, SJ, who is celebrating 50 years as a Jesuit this year, offers a reflection on his Filipino heritage.
The Laureate and Finalists for the 2021 Opus Prize, which recognizes leaders and organizations working on long-term, local solutions to address poverty and injustice, were all Jesuit ministries.
We write to express our deep sorrow at the recent discoveries of unmarked graves of Indigenous children at the sites of several former boarding schools in Canada. We grieve deeply the loss of human life and culture that took place at such schools, both in Canada and the United States, and we acknowledge that the Society of Jesus participated in that history.