A Heart on Fire: An Itinerant Life
My single greatest hesitation in entering the Jesuit novitiate had nothing to do with vows of poverty, chastity, or obedience. It was all the moving around that got me. “Can you really form lasting and loving relationships while constantly on the road?”
Descendants of Jesuit Slaveholding and Jesuits of the United States Announce Historic Partnership
In a landmark undertaking in the pursuit of racial healing and justice, Descendants of ancestors enslaved and sold by the Jesuits, together with the Jesuits of the United States, have announced a partnership to create the Descendants Truth & Reconciliation Foundation.
Undergrad and incarcerated students are learning side-by-side at Marquette. The result is transformative.
“You can't empathize with somebody else if you’re not looking at them in a human way,” says Mahmood Watkins. “You can't empathize with people who’ve been incarcerated, or are incarcerated, if you’re not looking at them as human beings.”