Latest news
Home > Tag Archives: Social Justice

Tag Archives: Social Justice

Tribute to a Latin American martyr

March 22 was the 40th anniversary of the martyrdom of Luis Espinal SJ in Bolivia. Michael O'Sullivan SJ recounts his life and spirituality

Read More »

Rutilio Grande, Jesuit and martyr

Pope Francis recently recognised the martyrdom of Fr Rutilio Grande GarcĂ­a SJ, murdered in El Salvador in 1977. Michael O'Sullivan offers a short introduction to his life

Read More »

Peter McVerry: A dose of reality

The social justice campaigner offers in his latest book a reflection on issues from homelessness and drugs to justice and faith, as seen from the perspective of the poor

Read More »

A time of risks and threats

October's Working Notes takes a look at concrete issues of public policy but views them in terms of the conceptual framework which informs them

Read More »

Evil: the label and the reality

KEVIN HARGADEN :: The murder of Ana Kriegel and the rush to demonise the teenage murderers raises profound questions about the way we use the term 'evil'.

Read More »

Young people and pornography

Richard Leonard SJ tackles the urgent issue of pornography being accessible by younger and younger people

Read More »