This blog are the reflections of a group of Jesuits who embarked on a five week journey along the “migration corridor” from Central America to the United States. Their intention is not to emulate the journey of the migrants but to gain a better understanding of the reality of migration and the difficulties encountered by migrants on their journey to the U.S. During the journey they will visit shelters, human rights organizations, parishes, and different Jesuit projects that assist migrants along the migration corridor. This experience is more than an academic or social approach to understanding migration; it is a desire to deepen their faith by encountering Christ along the way. “The goal of theology is not simply to understand, but to understand in order to transform the reality of oppression, violence, and sin in which people live as they journey toward the realization of the reign of God.” (Gioacchino Campese, C.S.)Follow along with these young Jesuits at The Migrant's Journey.