Salena Ibrahim is earning her Masters of Divinity at Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry. Her work focuses on theologies of migration and liberation, and preferences a feminist lens. Most recently, she worked as a Graduate Minister in Residential Ministry at Boston College, accompanying residential students and facilitating Jesuit tradition programming. Prior to this, Salena served as a Jesuit Volunteer (’20-21) and Associate University Minister at the University of Detroit Mercy. There, she primarily worked with students involved in faith, service, and justice initiatives. Salena is interested in intersections of faith, migration ministry, and student formation. In her free time, she enjoys exploring new coffee shops and hiking spots. Salena is originally from Chicago, IL where she completed her BSEd in Secondary Education and BA in English at Loyola University.



February 25, 2024

Second Sunday of Lent

What attachments do you have that are obstacles to cultivating the interior freedom to which God calls you?

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