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The Jesuit network has quickly mobilized to offer support and begin to take action as advocates for the dignity of those affected by the decision on DACA.
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In late July, Jesuit college and university students gathered at the Ignatian Justice Summit to connect, educate, and network for immigration justice.
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As president at Boston College, Fr. Monan animated the Jesuit response to the 1989 murders of the six Jesuit priests and two lay women murdered at the Jesuit’s University of Central America (UCA). He lived a commitment to justice, both in his involvement in El Salvador, and during his years at Boston College.