November 29, 2023 — Here’s the latest news from the Jesuits in Canada and the United States. Jesuits Minister to Migrants Waiting in Border Cities Fr. Brian Strassburger, SJ, Fr. Flavio Bravo, SJ, and Joseph Nolla, SJ, are serving migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border in Matamoros, Mexico, opposite Brownsville, Texas, as migrants attempt to get …
Subject Area: Social Justice
Nicholas Black Elk’s life offers an example of pursuing peace through practices of contemplation and seeing God in all people.
On this episode of the AMDG podcast, Senator Tim Kaine talks about the year he spent ministering alongside Jesuits in Honduras in the early 1980s, an experience that changed his life, and how his faith informs his public service.
Fr. Tom Smolich, SJ, who recently completed his tenure as international director of Jesuit Refugee Service, on what fills him with hope and more.
This October 11, the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States, OAS, has issued a clear condemnation of the Ortega-Murillo regime’s repression against universities, religious institutions and the Catholic Church.
Oct. 17, 2023 – In July 2021, the Jesuits USA Central and Southern Province missioned a small team of Jesuits to serve in the Diocese of Brownsville, Texas, on the U.S.-Mexico border. They met with Bishop Daniel Flores who articulated their mission to “read the reality and respond to it.” Since then, they have strived …
On this episode of the AMDG podcast, Juan Sebastián Chamorro, who ran for president of Nicaragua in 2021 and was arrested in June 2021, shares the experience of his arrest, 20 months as a political prisoner and exile to the U.S.
On this episode of the AMDG podcast, Fr. Chris Kellerman, SJ, talks about his book “All Oppression Shall Cease: A History of Slavery, Abolitionism, and the Catholic Church”
“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.”
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.