500 years later, the Protestant Reformation continues to ask us how we can continue to reform towards truth and justice.
In an interview conducted by Julie Hanlon Rubio, John Padberg, S.J. recounts the history of Saint Louis University and in particular, SLU's role as a sanctuary of truth and justice.
Conversations Magazine editor Ed Schmidt, S.J. describes the term "sanctuary," asking us to ponder what this place set-apart might call us to today.
Should we remain neutral in our courses or encourage students towards a certain perspective? Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar suggests that the Gospel helps us in our quest for truth and justice.
Russell C. D. Arnold of Regis University examines three prinicples that might make interreligious more fruitful at Jesuit colleges and universities.
Cindy Schmersal of Rockhurst University suggests five concrete attributes that help us engage in difficult conversations with honesty, integrity, and true dialouge.