Martin Luther King, Jr.: Becoming maladjusted for the beloved community

Martin Luther King statue in Washington, DC

Dr. Alex Mikulich reminds us of the call of Dr. King to resist systemic and structural injustice in all its forms.

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January is Poverty Awareness Month

The month of January has been designated by the U.S. Catholic Bishops as Poverty Awareness Month.

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This is National Migration Week

January 5-11 is National Migration Week, focusing the attention of Catholics and others on the plight of refugees, immigrants, and migrant workers here in the United States and across the world.

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Florida Bishops urge Governor to spare life of Askari Muhammad

The Florida Catholic bishops urged Governor Rick Scott to spare the life of Askari Muhammad, who is scheduled for execution on January 7th. Catholic groups around the state planned observances.

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December Monthly Calls Us to Gospel Solidarity

A portion of the mural of the angel announcing Christ to the shepherds

In the December Monthly, Dr. Mikulich calls to mind the joy of living Gospel Solidarity

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JustSouth Monthly focuses on gratitude for immigrant workers

photograph of immigrant mother and child

The November JustSouth Monthly focused attention on the importance of gratitude to workers in our discussion of immigration reform.

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JSRI Launches JustSouth Monthly

In October JSRI converted its JustSouth Enews into the JustSouth Monthly, focusing on perspectives on faith doing justice. The monthly is distributed to all Loyola students, staff, and faculty and 1500 persons on the JSRI mailing list.

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New JustSouth Quarterly published

Photograph of hungry man begging

The Fall 2013 JustSouth Quarterly addresses the assault on the hungry, CST and hunger, and marching for racial justice.

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Lazarus and the Rich Men

Three new reflections on what Pope Benedict called one of the "three great parables" of Jesus.

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Katrina Homeowners speak out for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

On August 29, 2013, the Jesuit Social Research Institute held a press conference to mark the eighth anniversary of Katrina Hurricane in which homeowners, assisted by immigrant workers in rebuilding after the storm, called for reform of the broken U.S. immigration system.

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