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  • Lift Every Voice: A Lenten Journey Toward Racial Justice | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    39 Day 13 The Ultimate Sacrifice Day 12 Second Sunday of Lent Transfiguration Jesus is all Colors February 20 2016 1 Comment in Lift Every Voice by Fr Rick Malloy SJ In the Transfiguration Jesus appears dazzlingly as all colors White light is a mixture of all colors His disciples saw him for who and what he really was and is Jesus is all colors Jesus speaks with Moses and Elijah something like a presidential candidate being visited by George Washington and Martin Luther King Jr A theophany thunders This is my beloved Son Listen to him Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 RioChristColors jpg 593 960 Fr Rick Malloy SJ http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Fr Rick Malloy SJ 2016 02 20 16 00 59 2016 02 19 17 47 27 Day 12 Second Sunday of Lent Transfiguration Jesus is all Colors Day 11 Lord Who is My Enemy February 19 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Tanya Douglas African Americans are intimately familiar with the directive from Jesus to love our enemies Oftentimes we ask Lord who is my enemy This happens in both the best and worst of times Right now we have an African American president black and brown Supreme Court justices and black and brown CEOs But it is also an era of increased racial discrimination unwarranted stop and frisks of young people of color by the police and morally unjustified police killings of young men of color women and even innocent children Furthermore black and brown people are often incarcerated for offenses that actually warrant medical treatment not imprisonment in many cases leading to a lifetime of disenfranchisement never being able to vote apply for good government jobs or secure affordable housing Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 16270800166 c4c66dfd8f z jpg 427 640 Tanya Douglas http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Tanya Douglas 2016 02 19 16 00 44 2016 02 20 18 13 48 Day 11 Lord Who is My Enemy Day 10 Hope But Not Complacence February 18 2016 0 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Shaina Aber Today s reading reminds us that although our collective past has shaped us it need not define us forever The wickedness of slavery the evil of racism the anguish of dispossession of culture and lands can be overcome Past may be prologue to borrow the words of the Scribe but an intentional labor to rehabilitate our institutions redefine our justice systems and free ourselves from the yoke of systemic racism can lead to redemption Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 22546354727 9496dbbd1a z jpg 427 640 Shaina Aber http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Shaina Aber 2016 02 18 16 54 48 2016 02 19 10 15 14 Day 10 Hope But Not Complacence Day 9 Praying

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  • Lift Every Voice: A Lenten Journey Toward Racial Justice | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    a very interesting time election season Neighborhoods are canvassed with signs broadcasting the names of candidates Our doors are answered to the tune of Can I have a moment of your time We navigate social media TV ads and debates that often contain false accusations and malicious speech about opponents social groups and individuals in our society It can be a time of coming together or a time of greater division Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 vote 661888 960 720 jpg 720 960 Justin White http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Justin White 2016 02 12 16 00 20 2016 02 13 07 36 03 Day 4 Who Are You Choosing Day 3 Hoping in the Invisible February 11 2016 4 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Andrés Arteaga I once asked my parents why they had decided to undertake the frightening and dangerous journey of leaving Mexico and illegally entering the United States Their answer por ti por nuestros hijos For you for our children In that answer they revealed to me that their sacrifices were eased by their immense hope Even more astounding they hoped in something physically invisible They were willing to endure the pain injustice and rejection that immigrants suffer in the Unites States for the sake of what are now their four Mexican American children They had faith that God would guide them in this journey and that we their children would fully flourish in this country Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 Untitled2 png 633 975 Andrés Arteaga http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Andrés Arteaga 2016 02 11 16 00 03 2016 02 12 16 08 15 Day 3 Hoping in the Invisible 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 hopes and embodying new habits and practices Read more http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 Jerusalem Via Dolorosa BW 13 jpg 1280 1920 M Shawn Copeland http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png M Shawn Copeland 2016 02 10 16 12 22 2016 02 11 10 28 34 Day 2 Choosing the Way of the Cross Day 1 Ash Wednesday Standing on Ashes February 9 2016 18 Comments in Lift Every Voice by Kaya Oakes Repentance is a discipline Americans

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  • #Pope2Border - Pope Francis on US-Mexico Border | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    US immigration debate after Mexico visit The Guardian On the Ground Reporting Pepe Ruiz S J a Jesuit of the U S Central Southern Province and originally from Mexico will be in Ciudad Juárez for the Pope s visit and will be offering blog reflections on the visit throughout the week February 17 2016 by Guest Blogger Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims February 17 2016 by Guest Blogger Today s the Day February 17 2016 by Guest Blogger Where the Pope Will Be Sight and Sound February 16 2016 by Guest Blogger Maquilladoras Perspectives A Composition of Space Share Pope2Border on Twitter Join Pope Francis s stand for migrant rights Sign a letter to Congress https t co KkoPPkImU8 pope2border pic twitter com ZpmWZ3VbdF Ignatian Solidarity IGsolidarityNET February 12 2016 Share Pope2Border via Facebook Stand with Pope Francis as he comes to the U S Mexico border this Wednesday and calls for dignity for migrants and Posted by Ignatian Solidarity Network on Friday February 12 2016 SOLIDARITY THROUGH PRAYER Join Pope Francis in prayer for the dignity of those who migrate The Ignatian Solidarity Network is calling on partner institutions across the country to organize masses or prayer services in parallel with Pope Francis s Mass on the U S Mexico Border on Wednesday February 17th With Pope Francis communities can pray for a more just approach to migration and immigration in Central America Mexico and the United States Masses and prayer services can take place throughout the week of February 15th but we are hopeful to have as many as possible on the day of the border Mass which will take place on Wednesday February 17th at 4 PM MT 6 PM EASTERN 5 PM CENTRAL 3 PM PACIFIC To have your Mass or prayer service included on the map below and shared throughout the Ignatian network please send an e mail with the name of your church school etc date and time and location to mhutchison ignatiansolidarity net Liturgy Resources Mass Reading Intercession and Music Suggestions USCCB Justice for Immigrants Suggestions for Homilies USCCB Justice for Immigrants Prayer Resources A Prayer for Immigrant Justice USCCB Justice for Immigrants Collected Prayers for Immigrants Interfaith Worker Justice Prayers for the Immigrant and Immigration Reform Archdiocese of ChicagoP STAND WITH POPE FRANCIS TAKE ACTION Sign a Letter to Congress Calling for Humane Migration Policies The Letter en español Dear Member of Congress We write to you today as members of a national network of Jesuit institutions inspired by Pope Francis s prophetic global leadership This month Pope Francis will make his first official trip to Mexico which includes an historic visit to the U S Mexico border His presence there will highlight the violence extreme poverty and human rights violations that have forced so many people to flee their homes on a perilous search for safety and freedom abroad The Pope s visit to the border will serve to remind the U S of the inherent dignity of the 11

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  • Guest Blogger | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    are here Home Guest Blogger About Guest Blogger ISN welcomes faith justice related blog submissions from members of the Ignatian family Please let us know of any blog ideas or posts using this form ISN Blog Ideas Entries by Guest Blogger Tied in a Single Garment April 7 2016 1 Comment in Jesuit Volunteer Reflects Voices for Justice by Guest Blogger I felt a gut wrenching sense of tension as an advocate pride in what Pope Francis said about justice as a gay man disappointment and betrayal As hundreds around me cheered I stayed in my chair and thought was Pope Francis talking about same sex marriage Was he talking about the children of same sex couples In his eyes am I one of those people who is threatening the very idea of family Am I overreacting Pain and Rage for the Loss of Berta Cáceres March 7 2016 3 Comments in Central America Environment Voices for Justice by Guest Blogger I write to share with you the pain and rage I am left with says Fr Ismael Moreno Coto S J regarding the brutal murder of Berta Cáceres an internationally renowned Honduran indigenous and environmental leader Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims February 17 2016 0 Comments in Fr Pepe in Juarez by Guest Blogger While waiting to board the bus to El Punto where Pope Francis will say Mass later today I ran into some friends who are doing great work in Ciudad Juárez The Salesian Priests and Brothers have opened youth centers where they offer educational help and options for kids living in poverty Page 1 of 29 1 2 3 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

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  • Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Pilgrims February 17 2016 0 Comments in Fr Pepe in Juarez by Guest Blogger Facebook 0 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 0 While waiting to board the bus to El Punto where Pope Francis will say Mass later today I ran into some friends who are doing great work in Ciudad Juárez The Salesian Priests and Brothers have opened youth centers where they offer educational help and options for kids living in poverty See my interview with my friends about this Work of Hope You can find out more about what the Salesian Missions are doing in Mexico on their website Facebook 0 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 0 Tags PopeInMexico http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 Screen Shot 2016 02 17 at 12 31 54 PM png 782 1302 Guest Blogger http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Guest Blogger 2016 02 17 12 33 32 2016 02 17 12 33 32 Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims You might also like Challenges and Advice to Bishops Maquilladoras Perspectives A Composition of Space Mexico s President Welcomed the Pope Exchanges Between Heads of State A Question at the Margins Juárez s Geography of Contrasts Where the Pope Will Be Sight and Sound Street Walls 2 A Contemplation of Place Fr Pepe A Brief Word about this Blog 0 replies Leave a Reply Want to join the discussion Feel free to contribute Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website 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

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  • Today's the Day! | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    Salvador Faith and Justice Quotes Additional Organizing and Education Resources DONATE Search Blog Latest News You are here Home Fr Pepe in Juarez Today s the Day Today s the Day February 17 2016 0 Comments in Fr Pepe in Juarez by Guest Blogger Facebook 0 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 0 The people here in Juárez are just so excited to welcome Pope Francis today Here s a quick video as I arrive at El Punto where he will say Mass later today Facebook 0 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 0 Tags PopeInMexico http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 11891260 401115316758471 271491186663104710 n jpg 199 199 Guest Blogger http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Guest Blogger 2016 02 17 12 28 45 2016 02 17 12 28 45 Today s the Day You might also like Just a Park Where the Pope Will Be Sight and Sound Fr Pepe A Brief Word about this Blog Street Walls 2 A Contemplation of Place Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims Maquilladoras Perspectives A Composition of Space Mexico s President Welcomed the Pope Exchanges Between Heads of State 0 replies Leave a Reply Want to join the discussion Feel free to contribute Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website 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

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  • Where the Pope Will Be: Sight and Sound | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    only a stage but it s in the preparation stages for creating a Church Cultural Center Mental Health Space specializing in grief and trauma It s pretty cool This is where the Pope will celebrate mass and it s right at the border with El Paso Texas which you can see from there Here s a Video that tracks the making of this place so you can get a better look of it which is the 5th stop for the Pope tomorrow February 17 Here s the list of all the stops with a map Airport CERESO Social Re adaptation Center A K A a maximum security jail Meeting with business people from the city and workers Carlos Slim might be there He is possibly the wealthiest person in the world Lunch at the seminary Mass at El Punto Airport Below is a video of me at a spot between spots 4 and 5 Facebook 0 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 0 Tags PopeInMexico http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 mapa el papa jpg 741 955 Guest Blogger http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Guest Blogger 2016 02 17 12 25 35 2016 02 17 12 25 35 Where the Pope Will Be Sight and Sound You might also like Exchanges Between Heads of State Mexico s President Welcomed the Pope Fr Pepe A Brief Word about this Blog Just a Park Today s the Day Street Walls 2 A Contemplation of Place Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims Street Walls 1 A Contemplation of Place 0 replies Leave a Reply Want to join the discussion Feel free to contribute Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Receive

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  • Maquilladoras Perspectives: A Composition of Space | Ignatian Solidarity Network
    of these soldiers as well as others Between the two wars was Prohibition and Ciudad Juárez was the closest place away from U S Law Commerce Cotton and Construction were also sources of work but never as strong A friend of my family recalls the time period He remembers opening the newspaper looking at the newspapers ads for jobs and reading mainly requests for female bartenders and waitresses Apparently Ciudad Juárez was known as Sin City At the time some businesspeople from Ciudad Juárez started to wonder what could be done to improve the city s future After much research a brilliant idea came about bring U S manufacturing work to the city As transportation methods had improved the location of this border placed Ciudad Juárez in a privileged position It s in the dead center of the Country ready to ship goods all around the U S The idea was that they could benefit from cheap labor but Mexico could benefit from learning the trade to foster work like this independently However it took a life of its own Many factories came over and all the sudden the city was booming with work The unemployment rate in Mexico during the 1990 s was in negative numbers There were Maquiladoras factories that had stationary signs requesting for workers What went unnoticed at the top while businesspeople were busy taking care of business was the rupturing to the Social Fabric that was happening beneath the surface Since labor was cheap parents took 2 shifts at the same time leaving an inordinate amount of children to themselves It was the butterfly effect the wind of a butterfly flapping its wings in one place causing a hurricane somewhere else Perhaps the sin of the system was that the good people who built new jobs and brought in a creative new industry to town failed to see their human resource as more than just a resource Perhaps they failed to see their humanness It was these children who grew up without parents who were the main players in the thick of the violence It was a disengaged generation They also underestimated the humanness of their fellow citizens This is a story that is developing and there are always second chances Perhaps the violence was the shake up needed to wake people up to the depth of the tear in the Social Fabric Rebuilding IS happening as we speak I ll say more on those initiatives in later posts Facebook 0 Google 0 Linkedin 0 Twitter 0 Tags PopeInMexico http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2016 02 sinc jpg 380 380 Guest Blogger http ignatiansolidarity net wp content uploads 2013 04 ISN Color Transparent Large png Guest Blogger 2016 02 16 12 19 58 2016 02 17 12 21 38 Maquilladoras Perspectives A Composition of Space You might also like Challenges and Advice to Bishops Exchanges Between Heads of State Meeting Some of My Fellow Pilgrims A Question at the Margins Juárez s Geography of

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