I’m Paul Campbell, an Irish-born Jesuit (from the New York Province), working here in wonderful Chicago at Loyola Press on Mission & Identity issues.
I launched People for Others, not because I had the urge to share my every thought with the world, but because I thought it would be a good thing for us to have an Ignatian blog.
What started out as a peripheral chore has quickly become an important part of my life. It’s nothing I’ve said or done, it’s the vibrant community that has built up around the blog that makes it so compelling for me.
People for Others – working together to find God in all things ranges far and wide. You’re as likely to see a video of a robot folding laundry as you are to find a prayer or some kind of spiritual reflection.
At its heart, the blog is about how, when we try to live for Christ, we become women and men for others. God’s love and grace can be discerned all the time and everywhere. People for Others aims to remind its readers how active God has been, and is, in their lives.