Nicholas Black Elk’s life offers an example of pursuing peace through practices of contemplation and seeing God in all people.
Today’s guest is Anjela Barnes, the vice president of the Accokeek Foundation. In her work, she helps preserve and protect Piscataway park, located in southern Maryland on the Potomac River. This is part of the traditional homelands of the Piscataway people, of which Anjela is a member. As you’ll hear in this episode, host Eric …
1) How many residential schools were under the jurisdiction of the Jesuits? The Jesuits operated a school in Spanish, Ontario, whose identity and mission evolved over the years. We operated one school in Spanish, Ontario, whose identity and mission evolved over the years. The school and its evolution have been documented in Basil Johnston’s book …
Jeffrey Burwell, SJ reflects on his time this past Easter with a First Nation in Lac Brochet, Manitoba. His experiences of the Triduum in the far north reveal with clarity that the liturgies of Easter reflect a truth about God’s people.
Film maker Kevin Moynihan, with the financial help the Jesuits and a number of other religious orders, has produced a documentary on the residential schools and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
On January 25, our companion Father John Meehan, SJ was interviewed (in French) by Jean-Philippe Trottier on Radio VM’s En dialogue program. Here are some highlights from what he said.