Justice, Peace and Ecology Articles

A basic moral test of any society is how our most vulnerable members are faring. The response of the US government towards Haitian asylum seekers is a clear indications…

The Embroidery Project goes beyond a business, it is a humanitarian project. It serves as a network of support and solidarity. It is a space to weave the pain, the…

Today Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed an executive order that demonizes migrants and calls on the Texas National Guard and law enforcement officials to unlawfully return…

On Thursday, June 30, the Supreme Court of the United States released their decision on Biden v. Texas. While we ultimately welcomed the decision, it unfortunately does…

The news from San Antonio that nearly 50 migrants died inside a semi-truck once again reminds our nation of the cruel consequences of our unjust immigration system.

Haitian asylum-seekers are being denying their fundamental right to request safety and are being forced to “remain in Mexico” in life-threatening conditions by the…

The is a common perception that it’s predominantly Central American migrants, but this perception does not match the reality on-the-ground. In fact, Haitian migrants have…

I believe that conservation begins with conversation - listening to each other, to God, and to all of creation. When we are attuned to the voices of love, justice, peace,…

The St. Columban House of Hospitality for Migrants in Santiago, Chile provides food, shelter, lodging, and a welcoming place for the many migrants arriving in Chile.

Each of us has a small part to play in caring for one another, defending the oppressed, and giving aid to the most vulnerable members of creation, which includes our…

uring this Holy Week and Easter season, are we open to the possibility that a transformation might take place in our room, similar to the transformation that the disciples…

History teaches us that pandemics can change things dramatically and Covid-19 will change history dramatically.