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Michael Gladstone, Walsh Jesuit High School student, reflects on a recent immersion trip to Ecuador: I was told to go into my immersion experience in Ecuador with an open heart and an open mind. What I did not predict was the magnitude at which God’s presence would fill these open spaces through the people I grew to love.
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Little Mustard Tree, Where are Thee?, a poem written by Carolina Dominguez, Spring Hill College '13 after her immersion in Kingston, Jamaica.
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It took a trip to the other side of the world for me to realize that sometimes, solidarity just means being there. Our team spent a little more than a week in rural Tamil Nadu, in the southern part of India. Much of our time was spent at Loyola Higher Secondary School where we taught for one day, but much of our time on campus was spent with Dalit, or "untouchable," children.