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Justice and Mercy in Jesuit Aid: a Pairing of Panels

As a part of Jesuit Heritage Week, we held two panels, one on Jesuits and Justice in D.C., and one on Jesuit Service in Latin America. I was particularly struck by this piece of advice from Sr. Diane Roche, one … Continue reading

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Connecting Power Back to Mercy

What do an imam, a rabbi, and a catholic chaplain have in common? At first thought, the answer seems like it may take a while to find. The answer becomes even more challenging when the question is narrowed down: what … Continue reading

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“Proceeding” after Jesuit Heritage Week

  “Ignatius and his followers began their preaching in poverty. They worked with the powerful and the powerless, with princes, kings and bishops, but also with the women of the street and the victims of the plague. They linked their … Continue reading

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