Entries by Christopher Kerr

From Cleveland: Let Go Of Your Stereotypes

I implore everyone to refrain from “Us vs. Them” thinking that might incite violence and further divide us in any way. For those in Cleveland, be present at the events in the way you see fit (attending, protesting, observing, etc.), but when encountering a being with a different perspective, please try to listen for the most basic goals you share, like safety.


We Must Do More: Say Immigration Advocates on 4th Anniversary of DACA Program

“[DACA] is both a step in the right direction and a reminder of the work that needs to be done,” said Maria Ibarra-Frayre, a 2012 graduate of University of Detroit Mercy.

Hiroshima: Like Fr. Arrupe, We Must Pray for Guidance

President Obama becomes the first U.S. president to visit the city of Hiroshima since the atomic bomb was dropped by U.S. bombers on August 6, 1945. Fr. Pedro Arrupe, S.J., the late Superior General of the Jesuits, was in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped.