Jesus of Arrupe College by Janet McKenzie (1)

“Jesus of Arrupe College” Depicts Diverse Students of Loyola University Chicago Two-Year College

Loyola University Chicago's Arrupe College unveiled a powerful new piece of religious artwork entitled "Jesus of Arrupe College." Earlier this year, Fr. Steve Katsouros, S.J., Dean and Executive Director of Arrupe College, commissioned artist Janet McKenzie to create a piece of religious artwork that depicted Jesus and his companions in ways that represented the racial diversity of the Arrupe College student body.
Our Lady Mother of Ferguson and All Those Killed by Gun Violence

Black Lives Matter: Weeping with Mary at the foot of the Cross

The conditions of the possibility of transformative solidarity concern the level of presence with and for ourselves, Jesus, and the most despised of God’s children in our time and place. Mary, along with Diamond Reynolds and too many others, still weeps in our midst.

Jesuit Institutions Rise to Pope Francis’s Challenge of Laudato Si’ as Encyclical Celebrates 1-Year

In his groundbreaking encyclical entitled Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home, Pope Francis called on all of humanity to change how we care for the Earth, our "common home." As the one-year anniversary of the encyclical's release is celebrated, Jesuit institutions are rising to the challenge, taking the message of the first Jesuit pope to heart.