I have come to believe that, while we certainly continue to need people of good will to serve in elected office, meeting the challenges our country faces will require more than just policy-making.
Cyrus Habib is interrupting what had been a rapid political ascent to join the Catholic Church’s largest religious order.
The State Department's sanction raised some hope in El Salvador that the perpetrators of the Jesuit murders and more of the era’s worst offenses would finally have to face survivors and family members of their victims in court. Unfortunately, even such small expectations for justice are already
Since their founding in 1996, Cristo Rey schools have become a national network with multiple religious orders as sponsors.
The denial of education to girls is a violation of their dignity as human beings made in the image of God, writes Jenny Cafiso of Canadian Jesuits International.
What’s it like to say Mass on death row? An interview with the Jesuit chaplain of San Quentin prison
Each day, George Williams, S.J., passes through metal doors plastered with the word “CONDEMNED” to minister to the men of San Quentin State Prison.