May 23rd marks the day that the Biden Administration is scheduled to end the devastating Title 42 policy that has restricted migrants from making a legal claim for asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. With the end of this policy now in question, migrant families will vigil at the border and invite you to join them to learn, reflect, and pray. Make sure to light a candle between 3:30 PM ET and 5:00 PM ET on Monday, May 23rd as a symbol of solidarity with these migrants.
Join Deena Sellers, Director of Equity and Inclusion at Brophy College Preparatory and Belkise Dallam, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Regis High School, for a discussion on the importance, maintenance, and creation of student, parent and alumni affinity spaces in Jesuit and other Catholic schools.
JOIN A COMMUNITY OF PARISH MINISTERS AND PARISHIONERS SEEKING TO BUILD PARISH COMMUNITIES WITH VIBRANT FAITH-JUSTICE ENGAGEMENT. Share best practices, form new connections within the broader Catholic network, and explore strategies and ideas around parish work for social justice inspired by the Ignatian charism. Join this community as we explore how to nurture more just, […]
JULY – OCTOBER 2022 Parish + School Organizing Trainings for a More Just World This free 4-part series will be a space for parishioners, parish staff, and educators to skill-build the techniques and methods we need to manifest our dreams for justice into effective action. Utilizing the lens of Ignatian discernment, we’ll examine how we: build […]
Join this conversation with Sara Seligmann, regional director for Catholic social action at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, on Breaking Open the Sin of Racism, a series prepared in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and faculty and staff at the University of Dayton. The series begins with a macro global and historical examination of race and racism and progresses to a micro examination of the interpersonal impact of race and racism. The series resources—an 8-part video series and 4-part workshop—are free and open to the public.
Seeking Migration + Ecological Justice on College Campuses CALLING ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS: DEEPEN YOUR SKILLS AS ADVOCATES, ORGANIZERS, AND EDUCATORS FOR ECOLOGICAL AND MIGRATION JUSTICE. Take part in 4 days of networking; sharing goals, challenges, and best practices; sharpening organizing/advocacy skills; praying and learning about the Ignatian call to work for justice; and committing to taking coordinated, collaborative […]
Join Jesuit Connections for our next online event, “La Frontera: An Ignatian Look at the US-Mexico Border,” on Sept. 20, 2022, beginning at 8:00pm Eastern.
The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, or IFTJ, is an annual gathering for members of the Ignatian family (those affiliated with both Jesuit institutions and the larger Catholic Church) to gather in the context of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together. It is a place where people are empowered, […]
Engaging Open Wide Our Hearts in Community offers parish and school educators a road map for discussions on racial in justice with in Catholic communities. Conversations to heal the racial divide can be difficult to hold, but the journey toward justice remains as urgent as ever. This webinar guides educators and parish leaders through the USCCB letter Open […]
Join us for a morning of reflection for Jesuit alumni and friends to listen, share, and pray together as a community. The Ignatian tradition invites us to reimagine connection and sustain community in the context of today. What is our spiritual anchor that grounds us in navigating a changing world, transcends the limitations of “cancel […]