Entries by Kelly Swan

Day 25: I Come to Do Your Will

In the face of uncertainty, whether it be from unjust systems or medical ordeals, Mary is a worthy model. Even in the moments when our very being is shouting out that we must rest, hide, or quit, we are called to be like Mary….to rise up, to commit to the long work of justice and healing, even in the face of our own insecurities, fears, and fatigue.

#BeBoldForChange: Women’s Voices from the Ignatian Network

Women throughout the Ignatian network are lifting their voices and taking action in numerous ways: as advocates, writers and storytellers, and educators, and collaborating, as staff and volunteers, with organizations addressing issues contributing to gender inequality such as global migration, racial and gender inequality, and poverty..

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Awareness and Collaboration: Ignatian Carbon Challenge at Walsh Jesuit High School

“I found the Ignatian Carbon Challenge to be a perfect way to live out one [characteristic of] the Jesuit Grad at Grad: committed to justice,” shares Roman Gioglio. “Students hear a lot about this component, and I was ecstatic when I was able to directly do this through the Ignatian Carbon Challenge.”