Jesuits

Graduate workers make up an increasing portion of the U.S. academic workforce, including classroom instructors. (iStock/Morsa Images)
Kevin Ahern, Ken Homan January 13, 2020
The National Labor Relations Board recently suggested that graduate students are not entitled to the organizing rights guaranteed to similar workers. But Jesuit schools should not stop unionization efforts.
Matt Malone, S.J. January 10, 2020
As we Jesuits survey our culture, we cannot help but see abortion as part of the massive injustices in our society.
Sean Salai, S.J. January 06, 2020
As we learn more and more about this history, we learn it’s not just a Jesuit story. While our focus is on the history and legacy of Jesuit slaveholding, what has become clear is the centrality of slaveholding in the history of the Catholic Church
Photo courtesy Jon Rou, Loyola Marymount University
Cecilia González-Andrieu December 20, 2019
There was something truly inspiring about the presence of these undocumented students at a moment that could very well determine their place in this country.
America Films December 19, 2019
How did Jesus treat sinners? How did he ascend into heaven (logistically)? In season 2, episode 3 of Jesuit Autocomplete, Fr. Eric Sundrup, S.J., and Fr. Paddy Gilger, S.J., answer even more of the Internet's most searched questions about Jesus.
Gerard O’Connell December 16, 2019
Francis had decided to present Father Fiorito’s writings in the Jesuit Curia as “a way to express my gratitude for all that the Society [of Jesus] has given me and done for me.”