ISN recently spoke with Fr. William O'Neill, S.J., author of a new book, Catholic Social Teaching: A User's Guide, which began as an introduction to the Catholic Church’s social teaching for the Jesuit Refugee Service.
ISN spoke with Patrick Saint-Jean, S.J., author of The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Mediations with Ignatius of Loyola.
Threats to biodiversity and our current climate emergency go hand in hand—we are called to take action, remembering that creation—animals, plants, ecosystems, and all natural things—is a sacred gift from God.
For us, living with the effects of climate change now, in this very moment, we find ourselves faced with our own global cannonball moment—a moment of agony and opportunity.
Life can be like an old broken vacuum, and you could spend hours trying to fix it. But you can’t give up. You must keep working on it until you find your maña, or trick. We must find our maña in passing a pathway to citizenship.
As we emerge from pandemic life in slow fits and starts, praying with this adapted version of St. Ignatius’ Examen can help us to identify the graces and challenges of the past year and to hear God’s invitations going forward.
A recent delegation, invited by Honduran Jesuit Padre Melo and Sister Rosa Maria Trochez, SSND, traveled to Honduras to accompany human rights and environmental defenders and to celebrate an initiative known as Vamos a la Milpa.
ISN spoke with Casey Stanton and Ellie Hidalgo, co-directors of Discerning Deacons, a project committed to engaging Catholics in the active discernment of the Church about women and the diaconate.
The ethos of companies producing plastics is not one of care for the common good, or our common home, but one of the bottom line and growing profits — which drives systemic issues like environmental racism.
A wide-ranging group of Catholic organizations, including many connected to the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) throughout the Americas, is encouraging Catholic bishops throughout the United States, Mexico, and Central America to work collaboratively to protect migrants and improve life in the communities they are fleeing from.
Start your week by asking: how can we rise up to address injustice? Every Monday morning, voices from the Ignatian network will reflect to explore response to injustice through the lens of Ignatian spirituality and previous Sunday’s daily readings. We seek to understand one another’s stories, to individually and collectively rise up to engage in the work of building a more just and peaceful world.
Just Parenting provides a framework for discussion around the intersections of parenting, faith, and social justice from the perspective of parents touched by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola through Jesuit schools, parishes, and other organizations.
#JVReflects explores the intersection of faith and justice from the perspective of JESUIT VOLUNTEERS serving as long-term volunteers both domestically and internationally with Jesuit Volunteer Corps and Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest. The reflections specifically focus on the cornerstone values of the Jesuit volunteer experience: spirituality, simple living, community, and social justice.
Lift Every Voice is a Lent 2016 blog addressing America’s original sin of racism through the lens of Ignatian spirituality and the daily readings. From Ash Wednesday through Easter Sunday, voices from throughout the Ignatian network will lament racial injustice in our communities and reflect on how the Gospel calls us to repent, pray, and act in solidarity with those affected by an enduring legacy of systemic and personal racial discrimination.
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