Every November our campus gathers to remember the lives, deaths
and legacies of the Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador and their companions at our
Celebration of Hope Liturgy. Inspired by the lives these men and women, we also
host the annual Maguire lecture- named for Joseph Maguire, SJ- Seattle
University’s first campus minister. This
lecture serves as a venue to engage our students, alumni, faculty, staff and
community partners in dialogue around current justice issues through the lens
Past Maguire Lectures:
"SUFFERING AND SOLIDARITY: A CHALLENGE FOR JESUIT UNIVERSITIES"
with Jose Alberto Idiáquez, SJ
"Blessed Are The Peacemakers: Gospel Nonviolence In a World of Violence and War"
With John Dear, SJ
With John Dear, SJ
"Giving Kids A Second Chance: Exploring the Juvenile Detention System and Restorative Just"
with Michael Kennedy, SJ & Jonni Alcantara
"Film and Social Justice: A Journey"
with Ron Schmidt, SJ
"The Challenge of Being a Public Servant and a Person of Faith:
A Judge's Personal Journey of Discerning a Call to Do Justice"
With the Honorable Judge Mary I. Yu
"Immigration, Spirituality and Justice:
From Hospitality to Solidarity"
with Mark McGregor SJ
"New Questions and Blessings:
The First Ten Years in the Chapel of St. Ignatius"
with Jerry Cobb, SJ
"What Would A Catholic University Look Like? Some Tentative Answers Inspired by Wendell Berry"
with Stanley Hauerwas
"'Just Catholic': Being Catholic In Challenging Times"
with John Whitney, SJ
"Rachel Corrie: Her Parents' Perspective"
with Cindy & Craig Corrie
"Working For Justice In A Global Community"
with Marie Dennis
"Africa: A Lost Continent or a Hope for the Future?"
with Peter Henriot, SJ
"Interfaith Collaboration for Justice In The Holy Land:
with David Burrell, CSC
"Global Economic Justice and the Common Good" with Jim Hug, SJ
"The Call To Jubilee: Economic Justice & Globalization
From A Global Perspective"
with Amata Miller, IHM
"Faith, Power And Justice: A Vision For Churches In The 21st Century"
with Rev. Dr. Robert Jeffrey, Sr.
"Developing Leaders For Justice: A Vision For The 21st Century"
with Rev. David O'Connell