The third and final video in a documentary series examining the problem of human trafficking in the United States. Directed and edited by Redemptorist Priest Fr. Charles Kumar C.S.S.R. during his time as a Loyola Productions Intern and Loyola Marymount University graduate student.
The second video in a three part doc series examining the problem of human trafficking in the United States. Directed and edited by Redemptorist Priest Fr. Charles Kumar C.S.S.R. during his time as a Loyola Productions Intern and Loyola Marymount University graduate student.
Filmmaker Nancy Tong went to Maryknoll schools in Hong Kong for thirteen years, completing primary and secondary levels. By her own admission, she never realized the breadth and depth of the mission of the Maryknoll sisters until she started researching the congregation’s archives in Ossining, New York four years ago. Her documentary “Trailblazers in Habits”, […]
“Runners for Others are Men & Women for Others…” Hear from organizers and participants of the inaugural Ignatian 5k race, held in Baltimore, MD, about how this event united the city’s Jesuit social justice ministries.
IN Network was invited by the Ignatian Solidarity Network to their annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) to learn why the event is important and about this year’s theme: Imagination Reform. We spoke with keynote speakers Sister Simone Campbell, Fred Kammer SJ, and Merlys Mosquera Chamat to learn why they think IFTJ is important […]
IN Network met with the Executive Director of the Kino Border Initiative, Fr. Sean Carroll, SJ, a California Jesuit, to discuss the ways his program helps improve the state of being for displaced migrants in Nogales, AZ and Nogales, Señora, Mexico.
It’s March Madness! Did you know that 8 Jesuit Teams are playing in the Tourney? Perry Petrich, SJ of The Jesuit Post gives us the low down on the long tradition of athletic excellence at Jesuit Universities in the US!
3-minute profile of Fr. Scott Santarosa, SJ, former pastor of Dolores Mission Parish in Boyle Heights, East Los Angeles.