The Ordinations of David Lugo, SJ,
and Matthew Stewart, SJ
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Cura Personalis

During a Pandemic

Contemplation and Political Action:

An Ignatian Guide to Civic Engagement

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Ignatian Spirituality is an attentiveness to God’s action in our lives and our response to God’s desires for us.

Jesuits believe in a faith that does justice. Our works are called to solidarity and concern for the marginalized.

Jesuit parishes provide a home for Jesuits and our collaborators to share Ignatian spirituality and live the Gospel.

Jesuits are best known for their focus on education, one that attends to students’ intellectual, physical and spiritual needs.

The Suscipe became very real to Fr. John Brown when he spent time working with refugees fleeing violence in Iraq.

The Nolans’ “second act” after retirement is changing the lives of children and families in Belize.

Dr. Sajit U. Kabadi

Dr. Sajit Kabadi has served in Jesuit schools most of his life. Learn what draws him to this kind of education.

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