Unique Challenges Faced by Jesuit Volunteers Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Jesuit Volunteer Corps and the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest are facing unique challenges due to geographic diversity and direct service roles that, for many, mean being in contact with multiple people through the workday and adapting during the spread of COVID-19.

Socks in Abundance: Scarcity as a Barrier to Justice

How might I show up to service every day feeling as if I have a limitless supply of socks—even when I may not? How can I constantly return to a place of abundance, even in the midst of what feels like scarcity?

Building a Home with Young Members of the Northern Cheyenne and Crow Nations

A Jesuit Volunteer serving in the dormitory of a high school for Northern Cheyenne and Crow students in rural Montana considers the concept of "home."