Spring 2017 • NUMBER 51
- Student Activism Matters, Julie Hanlon Rubio and Noelle Janak
- A Spirituality of Citizenship, Michael P. Murphy
- Difficult Conversations... One Bite at a Time, Thomas Curran, SJ
- How Southern Jesuit Universities Handled Racism in the Past, Justin Poche
- Making Microagressions Visible, Michael Serazio
- Of Love and Distance, Brian Norman
- Modeling Dialouge, Paul K. Alexander
- Slavery's Legacy, Adam Rothman
- Amare et Amari (to Love and Be Loved), Anthony Garrison-Engbrecht
- Teaching Difficult Conversations, Charles Camosy
- Urgent Values, Eileen C. Burke-Sullivan
- Consent and the Catholic University, Donna Freitas
- Muslim in the Jesuit World, Omer M. Mozaffar
- An Avenue to Transformation, Cindy Schmersal
- Too Catholic, Not Catholic Enough, by Raymond Reyes
- Making Interfaith Conversations Central to our Jesuit Mission, Russell C. D. Arnold
- We’re All Dying, Michael Pagano
- Over the Transom: How 15 Years in Jail Transformed My Theology, Fred Rottnek
- The Advocates Initiatives at Loyola New Orleans, by M.L. "Cissey" Petty
- Sexual Violence Prevention at Canisius College, by Eileen Niland and Terri L. Mangione
An Historical Moment:
- Fordham University, Nicholas Sawicki
Teaching to Mission:
- Support When It's Messy, Heidi Barker
- Why Not Talk, by Adrian Parker
- Milestone, a Challenge: Let the Conversation Go On, by Edward W. Schmidt, S.J.
- Jesuits Elect a Venezuelan as the New General, by Patrick J. Howell, S.J.
- We Remember a Great Educator: Peter Hans-Kolvenbach S.J., by Edward W. Schmidt, S.J.
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