FALL 2017 • NUMBER 52
- The Ignatian Witness to Truth in a Climate of Injustice, Bryan N. Massingale
- Sanctuary for the Heart, Howard Gray, S.J.
- Engaged Scholarship Methods for Positive Social Change, George Villanueva
- Eloquentia Perfecta in the Time of Tweets, Laurie Ann Britt-Smith
- Journalism Education in the Spirit of Magis, John J. Pauly
- Against Manufactured Truth, Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar
- The Challenge of Making Good Logical Arguments, Ron DiSanto and Karen Adkins
- Law, Policy, and the Sanctuary Campus, John McKay
- A Collage of Conversations with Undocumented Students, Molly Pepper
- Sanctuary: A Place Apart, Edward W. Schmidt, S.J.
- Historical Models, An Interview with John W. Padberg, S.J., Julie Hanlon Rubio
- Loss of Trust: How Did We Get Here? How Do We Move Forward?, Thomas Ringenberg
- The Winter of Our Discontent, Gerry O’Hanlon, S.J.
- The 500th Anniversary, Patrick Howell, S.J.
- Forming Thoughtful, Committed Citizens, Lucas Sharma, S.J.
An Historical Moment:
- Seattle University, Tracy DeCroce
Teaching to Mission:
- Teaching through Trump, Michael Serazio
- Hope for Common Ground, Julie Hanlon Rubio
- Come To Believe, Stephen N. Katsouros, S.J.
- Emmaus: The Nature of the Way, Chris Yates
- Contemplation in Action, Jodie Foster
- “We Are the Change We Seek,” Bethan Saunders
- Seeking Truth and Justice Through Pro-Life Activism, Amelia Irvine
- Becoming “Us” in a Polarized Age, Miranda Richard
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