Fr. Jack Podsiadlo, SJ, from Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Richmond recently spent a day helping an immigrant parishioner navigate the necessary hurdles at the local ICE office. He recounts his experience here.
Pope Francis visits Mexico for the first time in his papacy. The historic trip to the second most populous Catholic country in the world will culminate with an outdoor Mass in Ciudad Juárez, on Mexico’s northern border, across from El Paso, Texas.
As director of mission for Jesuit Refugee Service/USA, Fr. Leo O’Donovan, SJ, will increase awareness of JRS/USA's message globally. Meet Fr. O'Donovan and learn more about JRS/USA, the major refugee outreach arm of U.S. Jesuits and their institutional ministries.
Jesuit Refugee Service has launched the Mercy in Motion campaign to support the JRS Global Education Initiative, a worldwide effort by Jesuit Refugee Service to expand educational programs to refugees.
We invite you to view some of the news stories that captivated and engaged our readers in 2015. From the Pope’s visit, to Jesuit ordinations to generations of Jesuit high school alumni gathering for Turkey Bowl football games, this has been a banner year for the Jesuits and our colleagues.
At 10 a.m. on Thanksgiving morning, Jesuit high school alumni all over the East Coast will take part in a tradition that’s nearly a century old: donning school colors and waiting for the kickoff at three major Turkey Bowl games playing simultaneously!
Gesu School in Philadelphia recently hosted its 18th Annual Symposium on Transforming Inner-City Education, focusing on Tragedies and Current Events: Helping Students Understand What They See, Read, and Hear in the News.