October 31st was the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. How might Jesuit colleges and universities capitalize on this anniversary to foster reconciliation and truth in our churches and culture today?
On behalf of more than 1,300 theologians in the United States, the Catholic Theological Society of American Board issued a statement against the immigration policies of the Trump Administration. Drawing from the Gospel and the values of Jesuit institutions, this document highlights the continual need for our schools to have difficult conversations about how to better protect and serve the most vulnerable in society.
Faithfield University has selected the theme "Water" for its learning environment for students to experience interdisciplinary learning because of its impact on our global and everyday existence.
Jesuit colleges, universities, and other institutions are a privileged place for environmental action, suggests Daniel R. DiLeo of Boston College.
Military veterans at Jesuit colleges and universities have for generations found a special patron in Ignatius of Loyola, whose personal experience as a wounded warrior sparked the conversion that eventually led to the foundation of the Society of Jesus and his canonization in the Catholic Church. Thu T. Do and Mary Dluhy propose that Ignatius continues to serve as a patron today for veterans in our own society, and offer insights into how Jesuit universities today can support our returning vetrans.