Ex-Salvadoran Colonel Accused in Jesuits Massacre Faces Extradition to Spain to Stand Trial for Human Rights Violations

Today the U.S. government filed a request by Spain for the extradition of Colonel Inocente Orlando Montano, the former Vice Minister of Public Safety in El Salvador, for his role in the 1989 Jesuits Massacre, in which six Jesuit priests, a housekeeper, and her daughter were murdered in San Salvador.

Jesuit Institutions Show Support for Undocumented Students on National Coming Out Day

“We believe that it is our moral responsibility — particularly as a Jesuit institution founded to serve first and second-generation college students, and committed to providing opportunities to those aspiring to realize their potential through education — to care and advocate for undocumented students.”

Loyola High School of Los Angeles Celebrates 150th Anniversary With Citywide Day Of Service

Loyola High School of Los Angeles, celebrating its 150th anniversary as the oldest continually operated educational institution in Southern California, recently announced that as a highlight of its yearlong Sesquicentennial commemoration, it is launching a historic community service initiative on Saturday, April 11, 2015.