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Love: Remembering the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola

It’s that love that I remember this feast of St. Ignatius. Certainly God’s love made manifest in the form of Jesus is an integral part of Ignatius’ story. And after my trip to El Salvador a year ago, I now have a better understanding of that love because of the witness of Blessed Oscar Romero.

Romero: Teaching Us How to Live Rooted in God’s Love

Natalie Terry reflects on the burnt photograph of Romero that was left in the house of the Jesuit martyrs and their lay companions after they were murdered in 1989.

Kino Border Initiative to Be Recognized for Commitment to Human Dignity with Award in Honor of Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador

NOGALES, AZ – The Kino Border Initiative, a Jesuit ministry on the U.S.-Mexico border, will be honored with a “Legacy of the Martyrs” Award in recognition of their ongoing commitment to affirming the dignity of those who migrate through accompaniment, advocacy, and education.