Monthly Archives: September 2016


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This blog post from Fr. William Barry, SJ, is a reflection on Just Mercy, written by Bryan Stevenson.  Ignatian Volunteers across the country are reading and reflecting in community on this book this year.  This piece is written on the Introduction and Chapter 1 of the book. I have been asked to write a blog… Read more »


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by Fr. Randy Roche, SJ The judges in many of the Olympic Games were required to observe precise specific behavior of athletes in the various competitions, and then quickly decide upon an appropriate quantitative score of the action they had just watched. We expect professional judges to be highly specialized and skilled observers who base… Read more »