September 15, 2020
The word magis is not uncommon within the Jesuit world. In fact, I’d argue that it’s one of the most used words, if not the most used word, within the Society of Jesus. There are “Magis Groups” at Jesuit high schools, “Magis Retreats” at Jesuit parishes, and even “Magis Donor Levels” at Jesuit nonprofits. It’s
September 08, 2020
For over two years—since April 2018—Nicaragua has faced serious social and civil unrest. What started as peaceful protests in response to a planned overhaul of the social security system quickly escalated, as the government violently cracked down on the student-led protests. As a result, and in light of the government’s ongoing human rights violations, calls
April 04, 2020
Over the past two months the COVID-19 pandemic has forced one-third of the world’s population to stay home, testing the resilience of health systems, national economies and a myriad of human rights. The virus has had a paradoxical effect: on one hand it has equally affected all peoples and nationalities; on the other it has aggravated differences and highlighted inequalities.