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  • Lift Every Voice: A Lenten Journey Toward Racial Justice | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    content uploads 2016 03 We want white tenants jpg 404 509 Justin White http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Justin White 2016 03 22 20 36 39 2016 03 23 07 18 18 Day 43 The Betrayed and the Betrayers Day 42 Lay Down Your Life March 21 2016 1 Comment in Lift Every Voice by AnneMarie Ladlad I really empathize with Peter in today s Gospel as he makes the bold statement I will lay down my life for you Like Peter we are quick to name the things we are doing right In the case of working toward racial justice claiming the ways we are not racist is easy I don t use racial slurs I have friends of color I read this in depth article about racism in our country Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 Screen Shot 2016 03 21 at 9 08 40 PM png 208 581 AnneMarie Ladlad http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png AnneMarie Ladlad 2016 03 21 21 15 00 2016 03 21 21 21 30 Day 42 Lay Down Your Life Day 41 Anoint with Love and Liberation March 20 2016 1 Comment in Lift Every Voice by Alex Mikulich Do we recognize ourselves in Judas in today s Gospel Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 OilSplash01 jpg 751 1000 Alex Mikulich http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Alex Mikulich 2016 03 20 16 00 38 2016 03 17 18 20 00 Day 41 Anoint with Love and Liberation Palm Sunday King for a Day March 19 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Marian K Diaz What if we lingered longer on this day saturated with hope and possibility Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 palm 443164 960 720 jpg 720 960 Marian K Diaz http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Marian K Diaz 2016 03 19 16 37 47 2016 03 20 10 00 27 Palm Sunday King for a Day Day 39 St Joseph is the Real Quiet Man March 18 2016 3 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Fr Rick Malloy SJ March 17 is a time to watch yet again John Wayne and Maureen O Hara in The Quiet Man an overly idealized view of 1920s Ireland Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 7835794874 79bacfb1a6 o jpg 2736 3648 Fr Rick Malloy SJ http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Fr Rick Malloy SJ 2016 03 18 16 00 40 2016 03 17 10 21 12 Day 39 St Joseph is the Real Quiet Man Day 38 Casting My Lot with the Out Crowd March 17 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Lucas Sharma SJ Today s Mass Readings In John s Gospel

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  • Easter Sunday: Surprise in Love | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    in Lift Every Voice by M Shawn Copeland Facebook 242 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 242 Today s Mass Readings The Resurrection recapitulates the story of Divine Love It is the story of loving surprise and surprise in love In today s gospel we learn from the most openhearted and passionate and marginalized how to sear ch and receive how to open our hearts and lives to love Mary of Magdala journeyed through the shadow of the ignominious crucifixion of rabbi Jesus to reach the tomb of Love She comes in love and in grief ready to honor his body with the rituals of their people But the grave is empty She weeps and wanders and wonders Where is the Lord of her heart s desire For her no angelic words can comfort Jn 20 11 14 Still the impossible hopeful surprise Jesus speaks her name and she turns in love s recognition of the voice of the One who is the Lord of her heart s desire Rabboni she cries She is missioned to announce what is the greatest surprise and hope of life the enduring Love of God Reflection Questions How will I respond today to Jesus invitation to announce life How will I embody the freedom and new life that Jesus means About the Author M Shawn Copeland is Professor of Systematic Theology at Boston College in Chestnut Hill Massachusetts Facebook 242 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 242 Tags Lent2016 racial justice http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 433129488 1280x952 jpg 952 1280 M Shawn Copeland http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png M Shawn Copeland 2016 03 26 16 33 11 2016 03 26 18 52 29 Easter Sunday Surprise in Love You might also like Day 32

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  • M. Shawn Copeland | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Theological Symposium BCTS an interdisciplinary learned association of Black Catholic scholars Professor Copeland is a prolific author with more than 100 publications to her credit including Enfleshing Freedom Body Race and Being and The Subversive Power of Love The Vision of Henriette Delille She is the recipient of five honorary degrees as well as the Yves Congar Award for Excellence in Theology from Barry University Miami Florida and the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Black Religious Scholars Group of the American Academy of Religion Dr Copeland s research interests include 1 shifts in theological understanding of the human person and accords particular attention to body gender and race 2 the African American Catholic experience and 3 political or praxis based theologies Entries by M Shawn Copeland Easter Sunday Surprise in Love March 26 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by M Shawn Copeland The Resurrection recapitulates the story of Divine Love It is the story of loving surprise and surprise in love In today s gospel we learn from the most openhearted and passionate and marginalized how to search and receive how to open our hearts and lives to love Day 2 Choosing the Way of the Cross February 10 2016 10 Comments in Lift Every Voice by M Shawn Copeland The Gospel focuses us on a fundamental aspect of Christian life making choices Jesus sets before would be disciples a daunting choice If any want to become my followers let them deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me Embrace of the cross leads to life attempts to avoid it end in death Following Jesus means to go the distance walk the entire way and walk it each day This calls for unflinching self scrutiny reorienting our desires re scaling our values re centering our

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  • Lift Every Voice Archives | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    of loving surprise and surprise in love In today s gospel we learn from the most openhearted and passionate and marginalized how to search and receive how to open our hearts and lives to love http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 433129488 1280x952 jpg 952 1280 M Shawn Copeland http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png M Shawn Copeland 2016 03 26 16 33 11 2016 03 26 18 52 29 Easter Sunday Surprise in Love Lift Every Voice Holy Saturday Bursting Into the Upper Room 0 Comments March 25 2016 Tonight s litany of readings invites us to remember what has mattered to God over the course of humanity s tumultuous relationship with God the goodness and beauty of creation faithfulness to being beloved liberation for enslaved peoples hearts softened by tender mercy trust in the abundance of grace desire for Wisdom These things matter to God http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 madgalene runs to cenacle01 jpg 300 500 Maureen O Connell PhD http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Maureen O Connell PhD 2016 03 25 16 16 41 2016 03 23 21 56 47 Holy Saturday Bursting Into the Upper Room Lift Every Voice Good Friday Being Woke 1 Comment March 24 2016 In today s Gospel we turn away from Jesus in his hour of need http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 4513363944 42562267c4 b jpg 683 1024 Fred Pestello Ph D http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Fred Pestello Ph D 2016 03 24 16 11 10 2016 03 23 21 34 39 Good Friday Being Woke Page 1 of 16 1 2 3 Receive ISN Updates Action Alerts

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  • Holy Saturday: Bursting Into the Upper Room | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    mercy trust in the abundance of grace desire for Wisdom These things matter to God Mary Magdalene Runs and Tells the Disciples That the Body of Christ Is No Longer in the Tomb by James Tissot Perhaps it was remembering these things that gave the women from Galilee the courage to quietly prepare their spices of mourning and slip away from the upper room with all of its shame and guilt and fear Maybe they recalled these things as they traversed the dangerous darkness of Jerusalem and their own grief in order tend to the Teacher Maybe it was the memory of these things that made it possible for them to believe that something impossible might have happened in his tomb now empty No doubt the things that matter to God burst back into the upper room along with them as they breathlessly reported that the living one was not among the dead Indeed what good news this is for us disciples today None of the things of our upper room mentality paralyzing horror at the Golgothas of our time so fresh in our minds despair at our failures and betrayals desolation that nothing ever changes fear about what might come next can entomb the way out of no way that is the Living One God s love still matters and is bursting into the upper room Live in the joy of possibility Reflection Questions Which of the things that matter to God matter most to you If you had to describe the atmosphere in your upper room what would it feel like What possibility promised by the resurrection have you been longing for About the Author Maureen O Connell is Associate Professor of Christian Ethics and Chair of the Department of Religion at La Salle University Facebook 69 Google

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  • Maureen O'Connell, PhD | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    a BA in History from Saint Joseph s University and a PhD in Theological Ethics from Boston College She authored Compassion Loving Our Neighbor in an Age of Globalization Orbis Books 2009 and If These Walls Could Talk Community Muralism and the Beauty of Justice The Liturgical Press 2012 which won the College Theology Book of the Year Award in 2012 and the Catholic Press Association s first place for books in theology in 2012 Her current research project explores racial identity formation racism and racial justice in Catholic institutions of higher education She serves on the board of the Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies and is a member of St Vicent De Paul parish in Germantown where is also a member of POWER Philadelphians Organizing to Witness Empower and Rebuild POWER is an interfaith federation of 90 faith communities committed to making Philadelphia the city of just love as well as brotherly love and sisterly affection through a more just wage for workers fair funding for public schools immigration reform and decarceration Entries by Maureen O Connell PhD Holy Saturday Bursting Into the Upper Room March 25 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Maureen O Connell PhD Tonight s litany of readings invites us to remember what has mattered to God over the course of humanity s tumultuous relationship with God the goodness and beauty of creation faithfulness to being beloved liberation for enslaved peoples hearts softened by tender mercy trust in the abundance of grace desire for Wisdom These things matter to God Day 16 From Indifference to Mercy February 24 2016 2 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Maureen O Connell PhD All lives matter My family didn t own slaves I don t see color I see people My parents

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  • Good Friday: Being "Woke" | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    facts as Christ is betrayed arrested tortured and executed In the passive voice John tells us that thus are the Scriptures fulfilled The readings reproach and chide us for we know in our hearts we have scorned this man of suffering He was one of those from whom people hide their faces The chilling phrase in order that the bodies might not remain on the cross on the Sabbath is perhaps most haunting We hear its echo in encounters and events in our nation and across the world We read about it in our newspapers and watch it on television murders beatings rapes and other forms of physical and psychological violence and oppression There are too many places and moments today when Pilate would be at home In October 2014 we lived intensively our Ignatian mission at Saint Louis University when in a tense and difficult moment we chose to listen with open hearts to a community s hurt and rage Positive change is taking place but with excruciating slowness I urge you to uncover your face for all of those enduring injustice Listen Be woke Reflection Questions What actions can you take to protect those who are already victims or could become victims of injustice To be woke is to understand that many live in fear Another key concept is poverty is violence How do these ideas speak to you or move you to take action About the Author Fred P Pestello Ph D is the 33rd president of Saint Louis University Facebook 91 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 91 Tags Lent2016 racial justice http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 03 4513363944 42562267c4 b jpg 683 1024 Fred Pestello Ph D http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Fred Pestello Ph D

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  • Fred Pestello, Ph.D. | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Blessed Oscar Romero Churchwomen of El Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Author Archive for fpestello You are here Home Fred Pestello Ph D About Fred Pestello Ph D Fred P Pestello Ph D is the 33rd president of Saint Louis University The first permanent lay president in the University s nearly 200 year history Dr Pestello officially began his tenure at SLU on July 1 2014 Dr Pestello is Jesuit educated and has spent the entirety of his 30 year career in Catholic higher education He has been noted for upholding Jesuit values throughout his career including his commitment to dialogue and inclusion both during and after campus protests at SLU in 2014 Prior to coming to SLU Dr Pestello was the president of Le Moyne College in Syracuse New York Dr Pestello also spent nearly 25 years as a faculty member and provost at the University of Dayton Born and raised in Cleveland Dr Pestello has three degrees in sociology He earned his bachelor s degree from the Jesuit institution John Carroll University in 1974 his master s degree from the University of Akron in 1981 and his doctoral degree through a joint program of the University of Akron and Kent State University in 1985 Entries by Fred Pestello Ph D Good Friday Being Woke March 24 2016 1 Comment in Lift Every Voice by Fred Pestello Ph D In today s Gospel we turn away from Jesus in his hour of need 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

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