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  • Kansas Guidry | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Social Justice Blessed Oscar Romero Churchwomen of El Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Author Archive for kguidry You are here Home Kansas Guidry About Kansas Guidry Kansas Guidry is a junior at Fordham University studying political science She s originally from New Orleans where she lives with her mother sister and grandparents After she graduates she hopes to attend law school Kansas is a reporter at WFUV an NPR affiliated public radio station located in the Bronx and the Chair of Media Ministers for her school s liturgical board She s committed to working for social justice As the secretary of Circle K she participates in and helps to organize a wide variety of service events She is currently in the process of starting a branch of Food Recovery Network at Fordham which will deliver the leftover food from school dining services and bring them to local community partners Entries by Kansas Guidry Serving up Hope in the Bronx December 9 2015 0 Comments in ISN Media Team Voices for Justice by Kansas Guidry Taina Rodriguez was just eleven years old when her family first started visiting a non profit with a curious name POTS She thought she was visiting a restaurant She enjoyed the place so much that she asked for a job That Saturday she showed up for duty and quickly asked about her paycheck When she found out the position was strictly volunteer she figured out something was up Receive ISN Updates Action Alerts Email Address First Name Issue Interests Environmental Justice Fair Trade Immigration Domestic Poverty Worker Rights Human Rights in Latin America From the ISN Blogs Nicaragua The Irony of Electric Trees April 19 2016 11 58 am DACA DAPA I stand with my brothers and sisters who

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  • Christmas Archives | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    started visiting a non profit with a curious name POTS She thought she was visiting a restaurant She enjoyed the place so much that she asked for a job That Saturday she showed up for duty and quickly asked about her paycheck When she found out the position was strictly volunteer she figured out something was up http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 12 pots clients dining room jpg 450 700 Kansas Guidry http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Kansas Guidry 2015 12 09 13 38 56 2015 12 12 21 18 43 Serving up Hope in the Bronx ISN Media Team Voices for Justice Reimagining Tradition Solidarity at Georgetown University s Christmas Tree Lighting 0 Comments January 7 2015 This year as University President Jack DeGioia flipped the ceremonial switch to illuminate the enormous tree in the middle of the quad dozens of people dropped to the ground around the tree http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 01 c632b76b4008eed335bd288220607ee22 jpg 190 232 Hopey Fink http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Hopey Fink 2015 01 07 11 08 02 2015 01 12 09 53 30 Reimagining Tradition Solidarity at Georgetown University s Christmas Tree Lighting Quotes G K Chesterson 0 Comments December 25 2013 Christmas is built upon a beautiful and international paradox that the birth of the homeless should be celebrated in every home http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 12 updated christmas homeless png 500 345 ISN Staff http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png ISN Staff 2013 12 25 15 07 05 2013 12 25 15 09 13 G K Chesterson Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4 5 Receive ISN Updates Action

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  • Fordham University Archives | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    When she found out the position was strictly volunteer she figured out something was up http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 12 pots clients dining room jpg 450 700 Kansas Guidry http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Kansas Guidry 2015 12 09 13 38 56 2015 12 12 21 18 43 Serving up Hope in the Bronx Environment News Archbishop Wenski Welcomes New Carbon Pollution Standards Citing Need To Care For God s Creation 0 Comments August 11 2015 A new national standard to reduce carbon pollution from existing power plants is an important step forward to protect the health of all people especially children the elderly and poor and vulnerable communities from harmful pollution and the impacts of climate change said Archbishop Thomas G Wenski of Miami in response to the Environmental Protection Agency s EPA announcement of a new final rule limiting carbon pollution August 3 http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 08 Screen Shot 2015 08 11 at 12 36 41 PM png 420 642 ISN Staff http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png ISN Staff 2015 08 11 12 46 55 2015 08 11 12 46 55 Archbishop Wenski Welcomes New Carbon Pollution Standards Citing Need To Care For God s Creation News ISN Connects Jesuit University Immersion Experience Coordinators for National Summit 1 Comment July 19 2015 In late June the Ignatian Solidarity Network welcomed nearly thirty immersion experience coordinators from Jesuit universities as well as partner Catholic institutions for a 3 day summit to network and discuss the role of Ignatian spirituality in immersion experience programs http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 07 19204202683 6bdda14394 z 1 jpg 480 640 ISN Staff http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads

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  • POTS Archives | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Environmental Justice Criminal and Juvenile Justice Additional Resource Topics Racial Justice Fair Trade Human Trafficking Capital Punishment Socially Responsible Investing War and Peace Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador Jesuit Martyrs of the 21st Century Pope Francis Jesuit Social Justice Blessed Oscar Romero Churchwomen of El Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Tag Archive for POTS You are here Home POTS Posts ISN Media Team Voices for Justice Serving up Hope in the Bronx 0 Comments December 9 2015 Taina Rodriguez was just eleven years old when her family first started visiting a non profit with a curious name POTS She thought she was visiting a restaurant She enjoyed the place so much that she asked for a job That Saturday she showed up for duty and quickly asked about her paycheck When she found out the position was strictly volunteer she figured out something was up http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 12 pots clients dining room jpg 450 700 Kansas Guidry http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Kansas Guidry 2015 12 09 13 38 56 2015 12 12 21 18 43 Serving up Hope in the Bronx Receive ISN Updates Action Alerts Email Address First Name Issue Interests Environmental Justice Fair Trade Immigration Domestic Poverty Worker Rights Human Rights in Latin America From the ISN Blogs Nicaragua The Irony of Electric Trees April 19 2016 11 58 am DACA DAPA I stand with my brothers and sisters who are undocumented today April 18 2016 10 42 am Pope Francis In the Service of Solidarity With Refugees April 16 2016 9 14 am We are all American April 8 2016 9 25 am News from the Network Jesuit Social Ministry Leaders from Across Americas Gather in

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  • 2016 Holstein Award - Honoring Michael Garanzini S.J.
    5 x 4 75 no bleeds PURCHASE A PROGRAM BOOK ADVERTISEMENT PROGRAM ADVERTISEMTN DEADLINE Wednesday April 6 2016 QUESTIONS Contact Christopher Kerr at ckerr ignatiansolidarity net or 216 397 2088 About Fr Michael Garanzini S J A celebrated university administrator professor and author Father Michael Garanzini S J has a long history of bringing together higher education and social justice Fr Garanzini served as the 23rd president of the Loyola University Chicago from 2001 2015 stepping down last year to assume the role of chancellor During his eleven years as president he spearheaded a major plan to make Loyola one of the nation s most sustainable universities Over his career Fr Garanzini has modeled a commitment to making Jesuit education accessible to underserved populations During his tenure Loyola s Stritch School of Medicine became the first medical school in the U S to admit undocumented immigrant students Fr Garanzini s passion for a just model of education can also be seen in Arrupe College which opened its doors in August 2015 as the world s first Jesuit community college As president and chancellor Garanzini has played a key role in creating Arrupe s revolutionary model of education in which underprivileged students can attend college on a work study basis and graduate debt free in two years In June 2011 he was appointed by Adolfo Nicolás S J the superior general of the Society of Jesus to serve as the secretary for higher education for the Society of Jesus championing Jesuit higher education issues around the world Prior to leading Loyola Garanzini was a full professor of psychology at Georgetown University in Washington DC where he had been special assistant to the president for two years He also spent many years as a professor and administrator at Saint Louis University Earlier this year Garanzini was selected by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to serve on the board of Chicago Public Schools He also serves on a number of other boards including the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities ACCU the Archdiocese of Chicago Board of Catholic Schools the Flannery O Connor Andalusia Foundation and LIFT Chicago Fr Garanzini is known for his community service work on behalf of children and families He is a frequent speaker and has published many books and articles on issues such as child and family therapy moral development and Catholic education About the Award The Holstein Award was established in 2009 to honor one individual nationally each year who has demonstrated a significant commitment to leadership for social justice grounded in the spirituality of St Ignatius of Loyola the founder of the Society of Jesus Jesuits The award s namesake the late Robert Bob M Holstein was a former California Province Jesuit labor lawyer fierce advocate for social justice and one of the founders of the Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice IFTJ the precursor to the Ignatian Solidarity Network Previous Robert M Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award Recipients 2009 Rev Charlie Currie S J Former President

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  • Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award - Ignatian Solidarity Network
    cocktail reception at Loyola s Water Tower campus in Chicago IL Learn More About Fr Garanzini s Award Event The Man Behind the Award Robert M Holstein The late Robert Bob M Holstein a former Jesuit of the California province a labor lawyer and a fierce advocate for social justice was one of the founders of the Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice IFTJ From the late 1990 s through 2009 the IFTJ was held in conjunction with the annual gathering in Columbus Georgia to protest the former U S Army School of the Americas now known as the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation WHINSEC at Ft Benning Nineteen of the twenty six Salvadoran soldiers who committed the murders of the Jesuit martyrs of El Salvador and their companions received training at the former School of the Americas during the 1980 s The Ignatian Family Teach In and protest vigil in Georgia began to remember their Jesuit martyrs and call for the close the school institute In organizing the Teach in Holstein laid the foundation for what would become the Ignatian Solidarity Network which began in 2004 On January 5 2003 Holstein passed away In a homily remembering Bob at his funeral mass Rev John Baumann S J described Holstein as a man who was passionate about justice and fairness for all peoples particularly the poor and disenfranchised The Robert M Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award honors this commitment to justice by recognizing one individual each year who is connected with the Ignatian Family and has demonstrated a significant commitment to leadership for social justice Holstein at the 1998 Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice Previous Holstein Award Recipients Carol Keehan D C President Catholic Health Association 2014 recipient Ignatian Solidarity Network James L Connor S J Former President U S Jesuit Conference 2014 recipient Ignatian Solidarity Network Helen Prejean C S J Anti Death Penalty Activist 2013 recipient Ignatian Solidarity Network Donald MacMillan S J Campus Minister Boston College 2012 recipient Ignatian Solidarity Network Stephen Privett S J President University of San Francisco 2010 Recipient Ignatian Solidarity Network Charlie Currie S J Former President Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities 2009 Recipient Ignatian Solidarity Network 2016 Honoree Event Information RSVP for 4 27 Award Event Become a Sponsor Program Book Advertisement Form Donate in Honor of Fr Garanzini About Holstein Award About Fr Michael Garanzini S J 2016 Event Sponsors LOYOLA LEVEL Robyn and Vince Caponi Dr John J DeGioia President Georgetown University The Holstein Family Col Jennifer N Pritzker Illinois Army National Guard Retired Tawani Foundation Mary Tolan and Edward Grzelakowski XAVIER LEVEL Mr and Mrs Robert L Parkinson Jr ARRUPE LEVEL Brandon Beavers and Family Bill Brandt Donna M Carroll President Dominican University Very Rev John J Cecero S J Provincial USA Northeast Province Society of Jesus Rev John P Fitzgibbons S J President Regis University Rev Michael Graham S J President Xavier University Dr Louis J Glunz Very Rev Robert M Hussey S J Provincial

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  • 2015 Holstein Award Winner - Carol Keehan, D.C. | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    the leadership of Catholic Health Association in 2005 CHA has more than 600 healthcare member institutions and sponsors some 1 400 other ministries including elderly care sites and nursing homes Sr Carol s life and work is rooted in her Catholic faith and in the tradition and values of the Daughters of Charity the largest community of women in the Catholic Church founded in the 1600 s The early sisters were not well educated but then as now they were called and assembled to serve the poor More than 19 000 Daughters of Charity who never take vows for more than a year at a time can be found almost everywhere in the world caring for orphans and the sick working with severely handicapped children in Israel sponsoring nutritional centers in Latin America and providing education at great personal peril in Bethlehem and Libya Sr Carol may be among the most high profile Daughters of Charity but she approaches each day with humility and compassion steeped in the tradition and service of those sisters who have served before her With the full support of the board of Catholic Health Association Sr Carol devotes considerable time each day advocating for affordable healthcare for the poor She has been a member of several labor health and domestic policy committees of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and has worked with President Obama the leaders of the U S Senate and House of Representatives and the Secretary of Health and Human Services to help draft the legislation that would expand healthcare coverage for the poor without providing federal funding for abortions She believes that one cannot subscribe to the gospel and Catholic social teaching and not advocate for affordable healthcare for the poor While she is the first to admit that the current legislation is not the bill CHA would have written she stresses the importance of supporting this opportunity to provide healthcare for people who work in fast food restaurants hotels and as cab drivers some 50 million people and 9 million children in the United States who are currently not covered by health insurance Sr Carol is adamant that CHA has a moral responsibility to advocate for those who have no voice in our society and who make many of their healthcare decisions based on the fact that they are uninsured She is justifiably proud of the role that Catholic Sisters have played in building the largest private healthcare system in the world and who continue to work in the healthcare field as she does for all the right reasons About the Award The previous Robert M Holstein Faith that Does Justice Award award winners are 2009 Rev Charlie Currie S J Former President Association of Jesuit Colleges Universities 2010 Rev Steven Privett S J President University of San Francisco 2012 Rev Donald MacMillan S J Campus Minister Boston College 2013 Sr Helen Prejean C S J Anti Death Penalty Activist 2014 Rev James L Connor S J 2015 Sr

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  • 2014 Holstein Award Winner - James L. Connor, S.J. | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    to direct the Woodstock Theological Center in 1987 until 2002 Grounded in the Ignatian tradition of finding God in all things much of his work at Woodstock focused on promoting value based and ethical leadership for those in business fields Following his time at Woodstock Fr Connor served as the Maryland Province Provincial Assistant for Mission and Continuing Renewal from 2003 until his move to Loyola University Maryland in 2009 where he continues to teach offer retreats and speak on a regular basis He finds himself connected to ISN each fall when he speaks to the Loyola student group preparing to attend ISN s annual Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice Fr Connor was also a U S Jesuit representative to the 32 nd and 34 th Jesuit General Congregations in Rome During the 34 th Congregation he played a significant role co writing Decree 26 of the congregation s document which focused on the Jesuit way of proceeding in a changing society and Church While meeting with Fr Connor earlier this year about the award he said my heart has always been with social justice One event in his life that seemed especially influential in connecting his heart to social justice was his participation in the funeral of Archbishop Oscar Romero who was martyred in El Salvador in 1980 The funeral ended suddenly after a bomb exploded outside the cathedral causing great chaos In a piece written in America Magazine later that year Fr Connor said this As I sat huddled in the San Salvador cathedral with thousands of terrified peasants I found myself viewing the Salvadoran social situation with the poor and from their perspective of weakness terror and oppression I was given a vivid experience of the power of evil that can permeate the institutions and behavior of those who fight to uphold an unjust system That experience helped greatly to sharpen and put disparate pieces in order The idea of viewing a situation from the perspective of the marginalized or oppressed is both Ignatian in its approach as well as an illustration of what it means to be in solidarity with others It is a story like this and many more that articulate why Fr Connor is tremendously deserving of the Robert M Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award Remarks from the Holstein Award Ceremony 2016 Honoree Event Information RSVP for 4 27 Award Event Become a Sponsor Program Book Advertisement Form Donate in Honor of Fr Garanzini About Holstein Award About Fr Michael Garanzini S J 2016 Event Sponsors LOYOLA LEVEL Robyn and Vince Caponi Dr John J DeGioia President Georgetown University The Holstein Family Col Jennifer N Pritzker Illinois Army National Guard Retired Tawani Foundation Mary Tolan and Edward Grzelakowski XAVIER LEVEL Mr and Mrs Robert L Parkinson Jr ARRUPE LEVEL Brandon Beavers and Family Bill Brandt Donna M Carroll President Dominican University Very Rev John J Cecero S J Provincial USA Northeast Province Society of Jesus Rev John P Fitzgibbons S J President Regis

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