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Reflecting on the Teach-In Crosses

On the wall in my office, there are two simple crosses. They are made out of Home Depot paint stirrers that I spray-painted white, and they have the names “Emilia Claros, 35” and “Julia Claros, 30” written across them. Students often come into my office and ask what they are – “Is that some sort of arts and crafts project?” Answering these questions always becomes a great teachable moment for me.
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Loyola Chicago | “March on Washington”

Loyola University Chicago students & staff were recently featured on the university blog for their involvement in the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.

Ignatian Family Members Meet White House Staff

Nineteen members of the Ignatian family had the opportunity to meet with staff at the White House Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships office during the Ignatian Family Teach-In on Monday, November 14, 2011.