Jesuit Martyrs: Remembering & Laboring On

Are not the struggles and injustice the martyrs confronted still in place today? Perhaps the social incongruities are even more insidious, less well-known and more tacitly accepted? For this reason, may we prayerfully remember their courageous mission this month but more importantly let ourselves be consecrated so that our labor continues theirs.
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El Salvador: “Reality” Check

BY HANNAH COLEY | June 11, 2014 “On the one hand, things are far worse than they seem. On the other, they are far better. Sin abounds- but grace abounds even more. Whatever terrible things we have done, however cruel the world may be,…

Martyrs of El Salvador: “Meeting” Martín Baró, S.J.

It was my first introduction to liberation theology and the civil war that had raged in El Salvador in the 1980s and early 90s. However, it would not be until about eighteen months later that I would “meet” Ignacio Martín-Baró, SJ.