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Ignatian Solidarity Network Programs

Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN) promotes social justice leadership and advocacy among students, alumni, and other emerging leaders from Jesuit schools. Follow the link to the ISN website for more: ignatiansolidarity.net

Ignatian Family Teach-In For Justice | November 3-6, 2017 in Washington D.C.

Join 1,600+ members of the Jesuit network in learning, reflecting, praying, networking, and advocating for justice.

The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) is an annual gathering for members of the Ignatian family (Jesuit institutions and larger church) to come together in the context of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together. It is a place where people are empowered, re-energized, inspired, challenged, and supported by a community that sees faith and justice integrally linked.

Now in its 19th year, the IFTJ has a rich history rooted in honoring the Jesuits and their companions who were martyred in El Salvador in 1989.

Applications are closed.

Contact Samii Hartman, Campus Minister for further information. 
 
 

Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN) promotes social justice leadership and advocacy among students, alumni, and other emerging leaders from Jesuit schools. Follow the link to the ISN website for more: ignatiansolidarity.net

Ignatian Family Teach-In For Justice | November 12-14, 2016 in Washington D.C.

Join 1,600+ members of the Jesuit network in learning, reflecting, praying, networking, and advocating for justice.

The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) is an annual gathering for members of the Ignatian family (Jesuit institutions and larger church) to come together in the context of social justice and solidarity to learn, reflect, pray, network, and advocate together. It is a place where people are empowered, re-energized, inspired, challenged, and supported by a community that sees faith and justice integrally linked.

Now in its 19th year, the IFTJ has a rich history rooted in honoring the Jesuits and their companions who were martyred in El Salvador in 1989.

Applications are closed.

Contact Samii Hartman, Campus Minister for further information.