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  • 2013 Award Winner - Sr. Helen Prejean, C.S.J.
    on Monday November 9 to urge members of Congress to address the moral issues raised by Pope Francis during his recent visit to the U S including climate change and immigration The day of advocacy is part of the 18th Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice IFTJ on November 7 9 in Washington D C a national social justice gathering of predominately students and young adults affiliated with U S Jesuit institutions and the larger Catholic Church http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2015 10 15643922089 9b5dcabd8d z jpg 450 600 ISN Staff http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png ISN Staff 2015 10 29 13 05 06 2015 11 19 14 50 51 Over 1 200 to Ask Congress to Stand with Pope Francis at 18th Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice Quotes Sr Helen Prejean C S J 0 Comments December 4 2013 I realize that I cannot standby silently as my government http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 10 prejean quote jpg 425 400 ISN Staff http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png ISN Staff 2013 12 04 14 54 31 2013 12 13 13 23 40 Sr Helen Prejean C S J News News Release Sr Helen Prejean Receives ISN s National Leadership Award 1 Comment May 10 2013 The Ignatian Solidarity Network honored Sr Helen Prejean C S J with the Robert M Holstein Faith that Does Justice Award on Tuesday May 7 2013 at an award reception in New Orleans Louisiana Sr Prejean is an internationally recognized advocate against the death penalty whose passion is rooted in experiences of ministering to death row inmates She has spoken around the globe and authored two books including Dead Man Walking An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty which held a spot on the New York Times Bestseller List for thirty one weeks in 1994 http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 05 Loretta Holstein and Sister Helen jpg 428 640 ISN Staff http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png ISN Staff 2013 05 10 10 02 10 2014 04 21 11 22 25 Sr Helen Prejean Receives ISN s National Leadership Award Homepage Videos Voices for Justice Interview with Greg Callaghan National Coordinator of the Dead Man Walking School Theater Project 1 Comment March 13 2013 Greg Callaghan is the director of the Dead Man Walking School Theater Project based in San Francisco California Greg is a graduate of Santa Clara University and Saint Ignatius Preparatory San Francisco The interview gives an overview of Greg s work with the project and how a school can become involved http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 03 dead man walking1 png 731 1091 Christopher Kerr http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Christopher Kerr 2013 03 13 11 42 27 2013 12 13 14 24 03 Interview with Greg Callaghan National Coordinator of

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  • 2012 Holstein Award Winner - Donald MacMillan, S.J. | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    s what I try to do here and have tried to do in past apostolic assignments at BC High for example and Bishop Connolly High School in Fall River Sowing seeds in people s hearts letting them know that they can do something They don t have to take on the SOA but they can serve as Jesus serves Every neighborhood has needs Parents can raise children with awareness of others who need compassion and help I have a friend who donated a kidney to her friend s daughter another works in immigration services to relieve the burdens placed on people who are trying to have a dignified life people have donated money to help students get an education a student gathered an international group in Boston to discuss arms trading and control another student has created a website that helps others find something they can do to deal with and I m quoting only a few of the possibilities homelessness human trafficking immigration detention criminal justice reform and education reform Groups of BC students work all year long in various programs such as 4Boston Appalachia Urban Immersion Loyola Volunteers Pulse and many more Lawyers do a lot of pro bono work for the poor medical professionals offer free services to the wounded and sick of the cities everyone can do something The service groups on this campus come to realize that there is much more to this being for others than building a resume They come to understand that we are not building just a community but a just community They come to understand that we are not building just a community but a just community So some of the seeds that many of us plant are taking root and growing I am very confident that the next generation will change the ways things are done The tenets of Catholic Social teaching will be more than tenets they will be the way of life Human rights and responsibilities will be the daily process There will be corporate responsibility There will be no more sweatshops My favorites to dislike Coca Cola and Nike will begin to be responsible companies among other companies that need to step up to justice Consumers can help in getting corporations to be responsible organizations responsible to people and to the planet Treaties like NAFTA and CAFTA will cease to exist and neighbors will be neighbors not competing tribes for turf and dominance But it s a struggle and will be because sin exists in our hearts If we want justice on our planet we need to be just persons ourselves God s grace is there for the asking in fact He just gives it out so let me thank people and this is dangerous to do because I can t name everyone so you are not left out if I don t say your name Bob Holstein who lived his Christian commitment and raised the awareness of Jesuit institutions across this country to the actions

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  • 2010 Holstein Winner - Stephen Privett, S.J. | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Privett S J You are here Home Holstein Faith Doing Justice Award 2010 Holstein Winner Stephen Privett S J 2010 Holstein Award Stephen Privett S J Father Privett was born in San Francisco He entered the Society of Jesus in 1960 and is a graduate of The Catholic University of America the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley and Gonzaga University His doctorate is in Catechetics and his particular expertise focuses on the Hispanic community in the Catholic Church Prior to his appointment at USF Father Privett served as provost and academic vice president at Santa Clara University As provost he was responsible for oversight of student life intercollegiate athletics as well as academic affairs While teaching at Santa Clara he was recognized for Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership with the Sears Roebuck Foundation Award Early in his career Father Privett was an instructor at Jesuit High School in Sacramento and Principal of Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose He currently serves as a trustee at Fairfield University He chairs the California Campus Compact Executive Board and serves on the boards of the Commonwealth Club the Fromm Institute Jesuit Commons Jesuit Commons Higher Education at the Margins and The Beijing Center He serves as commissioner for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges He also serves on the Advisory Board of the California Foundation and is an honorary member of the San Francisco Host Committee Throughout his career Father Privett has demonstrated a commitment to whole person education a traditional hallmark of Jesuit education At Santa Clara he helped establish the Eastside Project a program that has received national recognition as a model program for community based learning 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 Maryland Province Society of Jesus Board of Directors Ignatian Solidarity Network William G and Joan A Kistner Rev Joseph P Lacey Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez Parish Woodstock Maryland Dr Linda LeMura President Le Moyne College Rocco and Roxanne Martino Rev Joseph M McShane S J President Fordham University Dr Fred Pestello President Saint Louis University Rev Kevin Quinn S J President University of Scranton Dr Mark C Reed President Saint Joseph s University Rev Michael J Sheeran President Association of Jesuit Colleges Universities Rev Jeffrey P von Arx S J

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  • 2009 Holstein Winner - Charles Currie, S.J. | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    and Universities AJCU serving 28 institutions by representing them before various constituencies and promoting a wide range of collaborative efforts nationally and internationally With his encouragement and leadership these schools have advanced to new levels of academic quality education for leadership and service community outreach internationalization and a commitment to educate for justice He has encouraged faculty in their commitment to educate for justice and co founded the student led Ignatian Family Teach in for Justice the Ignatian Solidarity Network and the Jesuit Commons a global initiative that seeks to relate the resources of Jesuit education with the marginalized populations Jesuits and their colleagues serve world wide Charles Currie S J with fellow Holstein Award winner Helen Prejean C S J at one of the early Ignatian Family Teach Ins for Justice 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 Maryland Province Society of Jesus Board of Directors Ignatian Solidarity Network William G and Joan A Kistner Rev Joseph P Lacey Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez Parish Woodstock Maryland Dr Linda LeMura President Le Moyne College Rocco

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  • O'Donnell Emerging Leaders Award | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    October 9 2005 the Ignatian Solidarity Network in partnership with her family is announcing the establishment of the Moira Erin O Donnell Emerging Leaders for Justice Award The O Donnell Award given yearly will honor two to three individuals ages 23 33 who have 1 received an undergraduate degree from a U S Jesuit university and 2 demonstrated significant social justice leadership in their communities Nomination forms will become available April 1 2016 and the first awardees will be honored at the 2016 Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice on November 12 13 2016 Submit a Nomination Form Purpose The O Donnell Award is designed to Recognize emerging leaders for social justice grounded in faith Promote the contributions of young adults age 23 33 as of November 1 of the award nomination year as leaders in their communities Provide tangible examples of the mission of the Ignatian Solidarity Network in action among emerging leaders across the U S Eligibility Eligibility The award would be given yearly to emerging leaders age 23 33 who demonstrate all of the following leadership for social justice that responds to the realities of poverty and injustice present in our world today an approach to working for social justice consistent with the work and philosophy of Ignatian Solidarity Network and its mission the values of Catholic Social Teaching and Ignatian Spirituality potential for continued growth as a leader through study discernment and formation The Award April 1 September 1 2016 Nomination period September 14 2016 O Donnell Award recipients announced November 12 13 2016 Recipients will be flown to Washington D C for the Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice and presented with the award during the gathering Submit a Nomination Form About Moira Erin O Donnell Moira Erin O Donnell the late daughter of Bob

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  • Legacy of the Martyrs Awards
    those who have made significant contributions to sustaining the witness and legacy of the Jesuit martyrs and their companions Upcoming Award Ceremony Kevin Trena Yonkers Talz Wednesday October 7 2015 5 00 7 00 PM Adobe Lodge at Santa Clara University RSVP for Kevin Trena s Award Event on 10 7 Make a Donation in Honor of Kevin Trena Directions to Adobe Lodge About Kevin and Trena Founding Directors of the Casa de la Solidaridad Program Kevin is immensely proud of his four daughters Sophia 14 Grace 12 Hannah 9 and Emma 4 and absolutely loves being a father He is grateful for his work which allows him to accompany college students from the U S as they encounter the realities of life in El Salvador Kevin s academic interests lie in human development theology and international and multicultural education He studied economics and psychology at Fairfield University and received his M S in college student personnel services from Miami University He then studied at Boston College M Ed and has his doctoral degree in international and multicultural education from the University of San Francisco Trena loves how working with the Casa program enables her to connect her vocations as a mom and as an educator She loves being mom to her four daughters Sophia Grace Hannah and Emma With the Casa program she most enjoys spending time in the praxis site communities with the students In both of her jobs she is constantly learning about life and love and being reminded how alive God is in our world Her academic interests lie in college student development theory and liberation feminist theology She studied accounting as an undergrad at Grand Valley State University and received her M S in college student personnel services from Miami University and an M Ed in religious education from Boston College She also enjoys running baking cookies and exploring Central America with her family Trena also has a strong connection to her roots in Hastings Michigan where she grew up on a goat sheep and asparagus farm Trena and Kevin worked with Jesuit Volunteers International in Belize Central America for two years prior to their work in El Salvador Previous Award Winners Kino Border Initiative Awarded on 4 29 15 The Kino Border Initiative KBI is a binational organization that works in the area of migration and is located in Nogales Arizona and Nogales Sonora Mexico The KBI was inaugurated in January of 2009 by six organizations from the United States and Mexico The California Province of the Society of Jesus Jesuit Refugee Service USA the Missionary Sisters of the Eucharist the Mexican Province of the Society of Jesus the Diocese of Tucson and the Archdiocese of Hermosillo The KBI s vision is to help make humane just workable migration between the U S and Mexico a reality Its mission is to promote US Mexico border and immigration policies that affirm the dignity of the human person and a spirit of bi national solidarity through

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  • Programs | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    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 Programs You are here Home Programs ISN offers annual and one time special programs focused on leadership formation and social justice education within the context of Ignatian spirituality These events convene the Ignatian family for collective education on emerging social justice issues develop networks to address these issues and initiate opportunities for young emerging leaders to reflect on the relationship between faith and justice 2016 Programs Ignatian Family Advocacy Month February National Invites Ignatian family to learn pray act for justice each February Arrupe Leaders Summit February 12 14 Los Gatos CA February 26 28 Sparks MD March 64 Parma OH Provides social justice leadership training grounded in the witness of Pedro Arrupe S J for high school students Appalachia Delegation for High School Faculty June 13 18 Wheeling WV Gathers high school faculty for an immersion experience rooted in Ignatian pedagogy University Leaders Summit July 26 29 University Heights OH Gathers emerging student leaders to build leadership skills to enact innovative social justice initiatives in their school communities Ignatian Family Teach In for Justice November 12 14 Washington D C Annually brings together over 1 700 Ignatian Family members to learn reflect network and advocate for social justice Past Programs Jesuit ParishGathering for Social Justice Gathers parish ministers and pastors to share best practices and promote collaboration Student Summit on Immigration Reform Collaborative effort to gather Catholic Chicago area colleges around immigration reform Worldview for Solidarity Gathers immersion experience coordinators to deepen immersion experience reflection on race culture privilege 25th Anniversary Delegation Exploring the witness of the Jesuit martyrs in El Salvador PROGRAMS QUESTIONS Please

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  • Student Summit on Immigration Reform - Chicago
    for those who are being detained and or deported Every Friday morning the Sisters pray at the deportation staging center while people are being deported That prayer has led them to establish a court watch program in the immigration court Initial attempts to enter the deportation center and the McHenry County Jail failed which led to them working with the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights and the Interfaith Committee for Detained Immigrants to have a bill passed in the Illinois Legislature allowing access to detainees for pastoral workers Since the bill has been implemented the Sisters have trained pastoral workers and developed teams to go into the McHenry County Jail to meet with detained immigrants each week Along with the Illinois Coalition and the Interfaith Committee the Sisters pray with those being deported on their bus rides to the airport and support the families who come to say goodbye at the detention center Currently the Sisters are working on the Post Detention Accompaniment Program for men and women who are released but have no support until they can start life over Veronica Soto DREAMer Immigration Rights Activist At the age of four Veronica was brought over to the United States from her hometown Acapulco Guerrero Mexico Although she doesn t remember much about her life in Mexico her culture is still a very important part of her life She grew up on the east side of Aurora and graduated from East Aurora High School in 2012 She currently lives in Wicker Park and is in her second year at DePaul University in hopes of receiving her Bachelor of Science in Community and Public Health Veronica hopes to become a case manager at a community health center or an organizer for a public health campaign She is currently interning at the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights where she works on maintaining a support hotline for the immigrant community She loves every aspect of her life because she is fulfilling a lot personal goals she s had since high school Veronica also loves eating deep dish pizza and listening to the Arctic Monkeys If you see her on the street or in class say hi because she is a social butterfly Sister Mary Ellen Lacy D C Lobbyist NETWORK Sister Mary Ellen Lacy works as a lobbyist on various issues at NETWORK She is a Daughter of Charity and a lobbyist who focuses primarily on Immigration Healthcare Nutrition and Gulf Coast Restoration issues She is a licensed registered nurse nursing home administrator and attorney Immediately prior to joining the Network staff in August of 2011 Sister Mary Ellen provided legal services to impoverished victims of Katrina and the Gulf Coast Oil Spill and represented numerous individuals before the Social Security Administration in Alabama She also has an extensive work history in the non for profit acute and long term healthcare industry Father Kevin Flaherty S J Director First Studies Program at Loyola University Chicago Kevin Flaherty S J

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