Ken Homan, S.J.
Ken Homan is a Jesuit brother from the Midwest Province. He currently studies theology at the Boston College – School of Theology and Ministry. Ken grew up in St. Louis and attended SLU High. He completed two years at Creighton before entering the Jesuits. Ken began coming to IFTJ in 2005, first hearing the call to enter the Jesuits at the IFTJ Mass in 2006. In addition to studies, Ken is a union organizer and spiritual director. In his free time, Ken is an avid hiker and founding member of the Jesuit Powerlifting Team.
Scarly Rodriguez graduated from Fordham University in 2016 with a degree in Sociology and Peace and Justice Studies. After college, she lived and worked in El Salvador for two years with the University of Central America Volunteer Program and the Casa de la Solidaridad. She is passionate about education, racial justice, and queer liberation. Scarly is currently working in New York City with Sadie Nash Leadership Project: strengthening, empowering, and equipping young women and gender expansive youth as agents for change in their lives and in the world.