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"No Hate, No Fear": Reflections from Airport Protests

"I was feeling desolate and powerless regarding the executive orders and I knew that I needed to take action, to make my voice heard, on behalf of my brothers and sisters who are refugees and immigrants. Most importantly, I went to the protest as a Catholic, because I believe that we are called by God to welcome the stranger."

Over 90 Jesuit High School Student Leaders Connect at Arrupe Leaders Summit

Over 90 student leaders and faculty mentors from Jesuit high schools across the country gathered for Ignatian Solidarity Network’s Arrupe Leaders Summits in January and February 2014.

Bellarmine College Preparatory Participates in Arrupe Leaders Summit

Bellarmine College Preparatory students and faculty joined seven other schools at the Ignatian Solidarity Network’s Arrupe Leaders Summit from January 18-20, 2013. The Arrupe Leadership Summit invited emerging student leaders for social justice to spend a weekend strengthening their capacity to effect positive social change while deepening their understanding of the relationship between faith and justice emphasized in the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola.