Reading Dying to Live: Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom help you engage a group at your school, parish, or community engage in a discussion about refugees and forcibly displaced people, and our discussion guide can help.
Use these Stations of the Cross to accompany Jesus on his journey, as we watch and pray over displaced people around the world.
Whether you have a regular daily prayer you’d like to dedicate during the time of Lent, or you’d like to use Lent as an opportunity to focus your energy towards migrants and refugees, we have a guide for prayer for each day of Lent.
Gather your family, friends, classmates, or fellow parishioners and see what it might be like to Walk a Mile in a refugee’s shoes.
This toolkit will provide you with guidelines, suggestions, and resources to help you launch your Action Team and ensure it is successful!
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA is proud of our Ignatian heritage. As a work of the Society of Jesus, we trace our roots back to the founder of the Jesuits, St. Ignatius of Loyola. As a man who was committed to “finding God in all things,” he introduced the Examen as a prayer for doing exactly that – taking a moment each day to find God in all things.
Jesuit Refugee Service/USA is proud to present our 2018 Annual Report. 2018 was a year of building bridges by serving those through pastoral and religious assistance, education, and advocacy.
Want to get involved with JRS/USA? Use this resource guide.