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Feminism: Why we still need it today.

You would think that in a modern world like this such things as violence and discrimination against women wouldn’t exist. However, millions of women around the world suffer opression on a daily basis. The belief that women are less valuable than men has caused...

End Human Trafficking

21 million people around the world have become victims of human trafficking. Fifty percent of the victims are children. Human Trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world with estimated profits of 32 billion dollars.  It has also become one of the...

Female Infanticide.

As many as 200 million girls are missing in the world today because of gendercide. In China, india, and many other countries the reality of infaticide is all too real. The war against girls is rooted in centuries-old tradition and sustained by deeply ingrained...

Catholic Response to Tension During the Civil Rights Era

“There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”  – Galatians 3:28 Although church teachings clearly opposed racial discrimination, the racism of white parishioners in the...

Jesuits strive to uphold just business practices!

Mark Pattison of Catholic News Service says, “Georgetown University’s approach to labor relations was promoted as a model of putting Catholic social teaching into practice that all Catholic universities could follow.”  Since the late 1990’s, Georgetown has been...

The dark side of the Super Bowl

This past weekend millions of people gathered to watch one of the most anticipated events of the year, The Super Bowl and with a score of 43 to 8 Seattle took the trophy home. However, there is a sad hidden dark side to the Super Bowl. While millions anxiously watch...

February is Ignatian Family Advocacy Month!

According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholics should commit to maintaining communication with public officials and to share their support of Catholic principles. Consider getting involved in the political process by lobbying! Join Campus...

Happy Advent!

On December 1st we celebrated the liturgical New Year and the beginning of the season of Advent!  Advent is the 4-week period in which we prepare for the birth of Christ on Christmas Day.  Jesus’ birth brought an abundance of love, hope, and justice to the world. ...