September 24, 2015

The Pope’s Visit: A Challenge to Grow in Solidarity

Ever since the first Jesuit pope was elected in March of 2013, news and social media have been packed with stories of how the Bishop of Rome is breaking down barriers, serving as a bridge builder and doing things a little bit differently than his predecessors.

The Pope’s Visit: A Challenge to Grow in Solidarity

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September 14, 2015

Education, the backbone of development in the post-2015 agenda

According to the latest data from UNESCO, there are currently 124 million children and youth who do not attend school throughout the world. Of these, 59 million children do not attend primary school, and 65 million adolescents are not enrolled in junior high school. This data is outrageous.

Education, the backbone of development in the post-2015 agenda

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September 07, 2015

Kelly Olson, a Witness to the Impact of the Fe y Alegría Model

This post was written by Kelly Olson, a Former Jesuit Volunteer who lived and worked in Tacna, Peru, dedicating her time to supporting the Fe y Alegría school in this community.

Kelly Olson, a Witness to the Impact of the Fe y Alegría Model

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