COP21 Depressed Me. And Then Gave Me Hope.

BY ANTHONY GIANCATARINO | December 15, 2015 Editor's note: Today's post is by Anthony Giancatarino, Director of Policy & Strategy of the Center for Social Inclusion. He wrote this reflection during his return trip to the U.S. after…

Loyola Academy Becomes First Jesuit Fair Trade High School

Loyola Academy in Wilmette, IL has become the first Jesuit high school to receive fair trade certification from Fair Trade Campaigns. Loyola is the 17th high school in the U.S. to receive the certification. Fair Trade Campaigns is a grassroots movement whose mission is to empower schools, communities, and universities to buy from companies whose products are created fairly and safely.

Jesuit Volunteer Reflects: Advent in Prison

For the first time in my life, I was inside a prison. So far, my placement as a Jesuit Volunteer with the Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth had only included long distance communication with these men, primarily through letters and a few phone calls. After two months with the campaign, it was time to make my first visit to a correctional facility.