On Friday, May 15, the Ignatian Solidarity Network will join the Jesuits East Office of Ignatian Spirituality for Examen Live!, an opportunity at the end of each week to take a deep breath, recall that we are in the presence of God, and spend a few minutes in prayerful reflection on our experiences.
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Last month Solitary Watch reported that the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an explosion in the use of solitary confinement in the U.S., increasing close to 500 percent over previous levels. The Louisiana Stop Solitary Coalition, of which the Jesuit Social Research Institution is a member, is planning a Facebook Live panel discussion July 15 […]
This dialogue will examine our nation’s soul after what have been through and how to “get us out of the mess we’re in.” It will use Catholic social teaching as a lens to look at COVID-19, politics, and faith over the past two years. What are the impacts of the pandemic and the lessons we should draw from them? Where are we now? What are hopes and fears for the days ahead? Pope Francis reminds us that we can’t go back to normal, so where should we go?