Jesuits and our collaborators have not stopped working on behalf of the communities we serve. Priests are preaching and writing. Teachers are holding classes online. Volunteers are packing boxes of food. Check out some of these written resources:
Fr. Provincial Ronald A. Mercier, SJ, sends an update and message of support
Fr. General Arturo Sosa, SJ,offers spiritual tips during the coronavirus pandemic
Fr. Michael Rozier, SJ, assistant professor of health management at policy at Saint Louis University, discuses epidemiology and public health.
Fr. Jack Zupez, SJ, finds reason to hope that we are all growing in Christian charity as a result of this pandemic.
Bro. John Fava, SJ, shares The Last Cab Ride as a reminder that we may not all be able to do great things, but we can all do small things with great love.
Bellarmine House Jesuit Community - one member of this Jesuit House of Formation shares how life has changed since the coronavirus closed campuses and necessitated shelter-in-place orders.
Sacred Heart Church, El Paso, continues to provide food and instruction for those who need it.
St. Francis Xavier, Kansas City, maintains its soup kitchen and community garden
Homily for May 12, Fifth Tuesday of Easter
Fr. Paul Deutsch's Homily for the Third Sunday of Easter - Road to Emmaus
Fr. Paul Deutsch's Homily for Tuesday of Easter Week
Fr. Paul Deutsch's Homily for Holy Thursday
Fr. Paul Deutsch's Homily for Palm Sunday on the Passion of Christ.
Fr. Paul Deutsch preaches on how we can stand by each other during these challenging days.