November 10, 2014
On Nov. 16, 1989, six Jesuit priests, the community's housekeeper and her daughter were executed in El Salvador. Jon Sobrino, S.J., reflects on these 'crucified people.'
In Arcatao, El Salvador, a small town nestled amid stunning mountain vistas near the Honduran border, the Historical Memory Committee is charged with preserving the memory of the civil war that left more than 75,000 dead—and thousands more “disappeared”—between 1980 and 1992.
The year 2014 marks two important anniversaries for the Society of Jesus and for all of us who share in Jesuit ministries.One is the 40th anniversary of the 32nd General Congregation, which famously affirmed the integral connection for the Jesuits of “the service of faith” and “pro
Community SolutionsI would encourage readers to read Mr. Kennedy’s essay, “Dignity For All” (10/20), carefully, beginning with, “We convinced the government to put the park under local control…. We set up a community reinvestment fund so that a portion of every entranc
After 2014 Synod, the time for the real work and outreach has come.