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TPS Holders Are Part of Our Ignatian Family

Holders of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) have lived in the U.S. for years and have deep roots in this country. More than 130,000 TPS holders are essential workers during the pandemic. They are a part of our Ignatian family.
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Remembering Immigrant Workers' Contributions to Rebuilding After Hurricane Katrina

To remember and honor the important role that immigrant workers, many undocumented, played in rebuilding New Orleans after Katrina, the Jesuit Social Research Institute at Loyola University New Orleans organized a prayer service marking the 15th anniversary of the storm.

Solidarity in a Pandemic: Possibilities and Limits

In a pandemic, how does our Jesuit network allow us to connect to people and places ready to provide access to more vantage points to deepen and broaden our grasp of human experience, be moved by social problems, and to imagine new possibilities?