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    What the Poor Teach the Comfortable

    Dean Brackley, SJ, died recently.  He was an American Jesuit who moved to the University of Central America in 1989 shortly after the murders...

    Christ Stumbles through Our Streets

    Something to think about | I hold that every poor man, every vagrant, every beggar is Christ carrying his cross. And as Christ, we...

    Ignatian Work in Washington

    A couple of updates on Jesuits in Washington DC. The Ignatian Pro-Life Network is calling for participation in the annual Mass for Life & Rally...

    Saving the World

    Something to think about | Much of the reflection in the Exercises is geared to an effort to share the vision of Jesus and...

    Halloween Giving? Yes, Giving.

    What for years seemed like extreme cruelty, now impresses me as heroic parenting. The parent in this case was my mother who, back in the...
    Books by Jane Knuth

    Thrift Store Saints

    Fifteen years ago, Jane Knuth wandered into the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store in Kalamazoo, Michigan, looking to buy a rosary for her...

    A Jesuit Network for the Poor

    Here's a great idea: a global web-based "virtual community" of people supporting and working in Jesuit ministries to poor communities.  The idea of Jesuit...

    Loyola High on NBC News

    A stirring look at community service work by students at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. (Click here if you can't see the video.)

    Jesuits and Their Lay Partners

    Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, SJ, Superior General of the Jesuits, reflects on Jesuit institutions and lay people. This is from a summary of a talk...

    Standing with the Refugees

    I would like to be like Gary Smith, SJ.  He does heroic and humble work with refugees in Africa.  I have written about him...

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