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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."

After Hurricane Matthew, U.S. Sister Parish Provides Relief to Sister Parish Community

Washington, D.C. Jesuit parish shares impact of hurricane on the community of Anse d’Hainault, home of the church's sister parish.
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Fe y Alegría: Creating Faith and Joy in El Salvador

Fe y Alegría in El Salvador was founded in 1969 by the Jesuit priest Joaquín López y López, one of the priests assassinated by paramilitary forces at the University of Central America in 1989.