Faith on the Border – Coming to the Aid of Deported Migrants
Read an interview with Jesuit Father Sean Carroll, exec. director of the Kino Border Initiative at this link
The Kino Border Initiative (KBI) is a binational ministry founded in 2009 by six Catholic organizations — including Jesuit Refugee Service/USA — is located in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. The KBI’s vision is to help make humane, just, workable migration between the U.S. and Mexico a reality.
See the Kino Border Initiative documentary:
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA Names Former Ambassador David M. Robinson as Executive Director. “My concern for the well-being of refugees and other vulnerable migrants became a lasting commitment while I served in the State Department,” said Robinson. Read more here
Why I Advocate for Refugees by Fr. James Martin, SJ
In your prayers, please remember Jesuit vocations. Watch “The Journey to a Great Life”
We are blessed to have the Jesuits here in Charlotte. Spread the good news and invite others to explore the Jesuits. The website www.BeAJesuit.org may inspire a young man you know to see, hear, feel and understand the calling that Christ has for his life.
A Wonderful Year –The Jesuits make history
Today, more than 65 million people are displaced around the world, the most since World War II. While it is impossible to fully comprehend what it is like to be forced from your home and live as a refugee, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA invites you to host a Walk a Mile in My Shoes simulation, which provides individuals and communities with an opportunity to pause and experience, if only vicariously and for a few moments, the frustrations, disappointments and hopes that refugees around the world face. Journeys of Hope: Click here for the story
Investing in the Future: Education in Emergencies Cannot Wait – Jesuit Refugee Service, rooted in the Jesuit tradition of educating young people, operates education programming in more than 38 countries serving more than 141,000 refugees and displaced persons. Read more here: http://jrsusa.org/RefugeeVoice_Detail?TN=DTN-20160706011644
On Page 2, Jesuit Refugee Service offers recommendations.