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Opening Our Arms With Love

When we can invite the unknown in, we are able to build and see each other as people, as being connected—and it is much harder to lead with fear.

Jesuit University Students Respond to Recent Racial Violence

Students at Jesuit universities engage in public demonstration, prayer, and reflection in light of recent racial violence.
Our Lady Mother of Ferguson and All Those Killed by Gun Violence

Black Lives Matter: Weeping with Mary at the foot of the Cross

The conditions of the possibility of transformative solidarity concern the level of presence with and for ourselves, Jesus, and the most despised of God’s children in our time and place. Mary, along with Diamond Reynolds and too many others, still weeps in our midst.