Twenty Five Years: Inspired to Act for Justice by the Jesuit Martyrs and Their Companions

For twenty five years, the Ignatian family has been inspired to act for justice by the Jesuit martyrs and their companions. This year, ISN commissioned a Salvadoran cross to symbolize their legacy at the 25th Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.

Two Jesuits Murdered in Mexico While Offering Protection to Person Fleeing Armed Gunman

Javier Campos Morales, S.J. and Joaquín César Mora Salazar, S.J. were killed on June 21 inside the church of the community of Cerocahui, Chihuahua. Media reports state that Frs. Morales and Salazar were killed while trying to protect someone who sought refuge inside the church from an armed individual.

University of Detroit Mercy Celebrates Ten Years of Fundraising for the UCA Jesuit Martyrs Scholarship Fund

For ten years, the University of Detroit Mercy has hosted an annual fundraising event for the UCA Jesuit Martyrs Scholarship, which enables students living in impoverished communities in El Salvador to attend the UCA—the Jesuit university in San Salvador.