This story is about a boy in the 1970s who attended a Jesuit high school in Manhattan. I took the train to Regis high school every day, and then also attended university. Like many in my class, I was the
Since the beginning of the Jesuit Networking Project, we have highlighted the work of our colleagues at the Ignatian Solidarity Network as a model of an Ignatian thematic network for justice that is working wonderfully as an interesting mix of
So, may Fr General and the Jesuits forgive us if we now start making a bit of noise in order to better catalyze the network into action.
I am going to continue with a silly comparison: there are about 800,000 Android apps.
What should we note in our students who pass through Jesuit Higher Education institutions? Or even more importantly, as Father General Adolfo Nicolás asks, “What more do we need to do to ensure that we are not simply populating the
This story is about our current Pope, and it is a story about how one begins to tackle a difficult challenge, like activating the Jesuit network more fully. How do you start? You do something. Find some need and help
When I think of the Jesuit Network, I just think of millions of graduates of Jesuit high schools and colleges, of all the univerisities, of the students in Fe y Alegría schools, of those who worship at Jesuit parishes or
We all know how to navigate. We type our address of destination into Google maps, and then the GPS device tells us, turn right in 500 meters, or turn left in 500 meters. But believe it or not, Christopher Columbus did