1. Youth Under Fire (Trailer)

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    Youth Under Fire: The Fight Against Violence is a documentary profile of teen violence in North America. From suburban school shootings to the Los Angeles gangland this looks at the causes to this complex issue and the heroes who are literally risking their lives to bring peace to their communities.

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    • Homeboy Industries celebrates Lo Maximo: Un Ultimo Gala

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      HOPE HAS AN ADDRESS: Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women, allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community. Homeboy Industries serves high-risk, formerly gang-involved men and women with a continuum of free services and programs, and operates seven social enterprises that serve as job-training sites. 140503 HomeBoyGala LoMaximo

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      • Greg Boyle

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        Greg Boyle leads worship at First Colony

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        • Greg's Crash

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          Tangled up with a crash at Fruitland Park 9-22-12

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          • "Jesuits Revealed!" - Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ - "What is Jesuit Spirituality"

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            "What is Jesuit Spirituality?" -- "What is Ignatian Spirituality?" In this episode of "Jesuits Revealed!" we hear Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ talk about his experience of Ignatian Spirituality and what it has meant in his life and formation as a Jesuit. Fr. Gregory Boyle, SJ is a Los Angeleno born to a third-generation Irish-American family. He joined the Society of Jesus in 1972 after graduating from Loyola High School and was ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood in 1984. . With a history of ministries to the poor in Los Angeles, Bolivia and Mexico, Fr. Greg was missioned to Boyle Heights in 1986 where he served as pastor of Dolores Mission until 1992. . In 1988, Fr. Greg created the "Jobs for a Future" program as a way to address the problems of gang violence in Boyle Heights. . This program would evolve into Homeboy Bakery, launched in 1992, which sought to find solutions to the civil unrest in Los Angeles. . Bringing rival gang members together to build a business that could provide job-training and an environment for personal growth, Homeboy Bakery proved that many gang members were eager to leave street life for a legitimate chance at a constructive future. . In 2001, Fr. Greg launched Homeboy Industries which expanded the mission of the bakery enterprises including Homeboy Silkscreen, Homeboy/Homegirl Merchandise, Homegirl Cafe and Homeboy Maintenance. Now more than two decades old, Fr. Greg's ministry is recognized as the largest gang-intervention program in the United States and a model for such ministry around the world.

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            • "Jesuits Revealed!" - Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ - "My Vocation Story"

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              Fr. Gregory Boyle, SJ is a Los Angeleno born to a third-generation Irish-American family. He joined the Society of Jesus in 1972 after graduating from Loyola High School and was ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood in 1984. With a history of ministries to the poor in Los Angeles, Bolivia and Mexico, Fr. Greg was missioned to Boyle Heights in 1986 where he served as pastor of Dolores Mission until 1992. In 1988, Fr. Greg created the “Jobs for a Future” program as a way to address the problems of gang violence in Boyle Heights. This program would evolve into Homeboy Bakery, launched in 1992, which sought to find solutions to the civil unrest in Los Angeles. Bringing rival gang members together to build a business that could provide job-training and an environment for personal growth, Homeboy Bakery proved that many gang members were eager to leave street life for a legitimate chance at a constructive future. In 2001, Fr. Greg launched Homeboy Industries which expanded the mission of the bakery enterprises including Homeboy Silkscreen, Homeboy/Homegirl Merchandise, Homegirl Cafe and Homeboy Maintenance. Now more than two decades old, Fr. Greg’s ministry is recognized as the largest gang-intervention program in the United States and a model for such ministry around the world.

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