The Jesuit Migration Network of the U.S. and Canada gathered for a meeting from March 19–21, 2023, in Tucson and Nogales, Arizona to discuss opportunities for collaboration and to host a binational solidarity event at the U.S.-Mexico border.
On May 10, 2023 at Ignite: A Celebration of Justice in New York City, the Ignatian Solidarity Network honored Ellie Hidalgo, and Jack Raslowsky, for their commitment to faith and justice—for “dreaming of the world that God dreams of…and doing the work to make that happen.”
Xavier University becomes the ninth CEPA partner, carrying sustainable spirit wear that prioritizes both planet and people.
Loyola Marymount University announced the anticipated opening of a Dream Center to support undocumented students.
In February and March of 2023, the Ignatian Solidarity Network gathered over 120 students and 45 faculty members from 24 Catholic high schools at three Arrupe Leaders Summits. The three summits featured a wide range of speakers, dynamic activities, and approaches to faith and justice leadership development.
The Ignatian Solidarity Network is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Legacy of the Martyrs Award—Catholic Mobilizing Network.
On the third anniversary of Title 42, Jesuit organizations denounce continued use of the policy & attacks on asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Ignatian family demands justice for two Mexican Jesuits who were murdered alongside a tour guide last June in Cerocahui, Mexico.
On Tuesday, March 21st, the Jesuit Migration Network and people seeking asylum in Nogales will hold “We Say Welcome,” a press conference and binational solidarity event to mark three years of the U.S. government using Title 42 to restrict asylum under the pretext of COVID restrictions.
In partnership with the family of Moira Erin O’Donnell, the Ignatian Solidarity Network announces the 2022 recipients of the Moira Erin O’Donnell Emerging Leaders for Justice Award: Michael Libunao-Macalintal, M.Div. (Fordham University ‘15) and Teresa Marie Cariño Petersen, MTS (University of San Francisco ‘13).
In January, educators and ministers from across the Jesuit network gathered for the first Ignatian Spirituality and Antiracism Gathering.
The Ignatian Solidarity Network is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Robert M. Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award—Ellie Hidalgo and Jack Raslowsky.
“We are men and women for others! We are Jesuit educated and we stand for life — we do this Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, for the greater glory of God,” said Fr. Joseph Laramie, S.J.
BY ISN STAFF | January 6, 2023 Earlier this week, the Biden Administration announced plans to expand the asylum-blocking Title 42. The new plan effectively expands the scope of migrants and asylum […]
A federal judge ruled against asylum-blocking Title 42, the policy being unjustly used to turn away asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border, deeming it a violation of U.S. asylum law with no basis in public health.