Jesuits

In a Sept. 11 ruling, former Col. Inocente Orlando Montano, 77, was found to have planned and ordered the murders of the five Jesuits priests — all Spanish nationals — Nov. 16, 1989, at their residence on the Central American University campus.
A student protest at Loyola University Chicago. Photo courtesy of Our Streets LUC (ourstreetsluc.org); Photo by Christian Yeomans.
Erika Rasmussen September 09, 2020
While deaths at the hands of police make headlines, the problem of implicit bias in policing and security for most Black Americans is experienced as a daily psychic burden.
Photos: courtesy of Robert McTeigue, S.J. and Ignatius Press
Sean Salai, S.J. September 05, 2020
An interview with academic philosopher and theologian Robert McTeigue, S.J.
Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J. September 01, 2020
A former president of Georgetown remembers the legendary coach John Thompson Jr.
Should I recommend that my school open? What risks are involved in such a decision?
At the Joyce Center, a new retreat house for the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., full length windows offer views of the reservoir below, over which the sun rises each morning (photo: Tom Rettig).
Jim McDermott August 21, 2020
These modern retreat centers are helping people grow closer to God.