Good Friday Meditation – Police Brutality

Today, we commemorate the Passion of Jesus of Nazareth, who died on the cross in a government-sanctioned extrajudicial execution.  Rejected by the religious establishment and vilified for reaching out to those who were rejected by society, Jesus was arrested and brutalized for preaching the word of God and for building the Kingdom.   Today, many … More Good Friday Meditation – Police Brutality

Anti-Racism Resources

The events at Charlottesville one week ago ignited, yet again, the conversation on racism and White supremacy in our country (as if it ever really went away). I’ve come to realize that despite the years and years we, as a nation, have spent talking about racism, there still exists a seemingly unbridgeable divide in people’s … More Anti-Racism Resources

#IamaStranger Campaign

Dear Friars and Friends, By now you are aware of the executive orders that President Trump has recently signed. These will adversely affect immigration into the United States. The moratorium on immigration from certain Muslim countries in the Middle East and the building of the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border will greatly impact the lives … More #IamaStranger Campaign

I Was a Stranger and You Did Not Welcome Me

Below is video from James Martin, SJ’s Facebook page in response to Donald Trump’s executive actions which will severely limit immigration into the United States. This action has been the latest in a series of anti-immigrant, xenophobic, and racist remarks from the recently inaugurated 45th President. As James Martin rightly tells us, such unjust laws are … More I Was a Stranger and You Did Not Welcome Me