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    Greg Boyle on Gangs

    I'm a fan of Fr. Greg Boyle, the Jesuit who has done remarkable work rehabilitating members of gangs in Los Angeles. I've written about...

    Oscar Romero

    Archbishop Oscar Romero was assassinated 30 years ago today, gunned down while saying Mass.  Romero denounced human rights violations during the Salvadoran civil war,...

    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...

    Ignatius and Poverty

    In early November, Santa Clara University held a three-day conference on the legacy of the six Jesuit martyrs nurdered in El Salvador in 1989. ...
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    Posada

    Every year some 100,000 undocumented minors are picked up by the U.S. Border Patrol as they try to enter the United States. Posada is...

    In Honor of El Salvador Jesuits

    Yesterday the US House of Representatives passed a resolution honoring the six Jesuit priests and two women murdered in El Salvador in 1989. ...

    The Jesuit on the Waterfront

    James Fisher, a professor of history at Fordham, has just published On the Irish Waterfront, the story of the New York/New Jersey waterfront, which...

    Back to School at Cristo Rey

    This week classes start at 22 US high schools that are part of the Cristo Rey network, an innovative and highly successful model for...

    How the Jesuits Got So Worldly

    Historian John W. O'Malley, SJ, ponders Jesuit worldliness  in a recent article.  He starts with a Jesuit joke, but the "worldliness" of the Jesuits...

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