Serving up Hope in the Bronx

Taina Rodriguez was just eleven years old when her family first started visiting a non-profit with a curious name: POTS. She thought she was visiting a restaurant. She enjoyed the place so much that she asked for a job. That Saturday she showed up for duty and quickly asked about her paycheck. When she found out the position was strictly volunteer, she figured out something was up.
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Jesuits Raise Concerns about Detainment of Syrian Refugees in Honduras

The National Advocacy Office of the U.S. Jesuits Conference has expressed grave concern over the treatment of Syrian refugees attempting to reach the U.S. in recent weeks. Refugees have been detained in Honduras, Costa Rica, and at the Texas-Mexico border.

Catching Fire, Drawing Flame at Creighton

On October 2, 2015, Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, S.J., Ph.D. was inaugurated as the 25th president of Creighton University. It was a day filled with celebration, excitement, great food, and great community. As a Jesuit university, Creighton was excited and ready to welcome a distinguished Jesuit educator, priest, and world traveler to campus.