Fr. John M. Hunthausen, SJ: A Man of Many Ministries
Over the course of his 62 years as a Jesuit, Fr. John (Jack) Hunthausen, SJ, has been a man of many ministries. While some Jesuits focus on one area of ministry for much of their lives, it is the diversity of his assignments that has kept him feeling fresh and fulfilled.
The Day the Lord Has Made: An Easter Prayer Exercise from Fr. Matthew Baugh, SJ
Easter provides us with a fresh start: an opportunity to reconnect with Christ. To that end, we encourage you to spend a moment with this prayer exercise from Fr. Matthew Baugh, SJ. May God continue to bless you throughout this Easter season.
Nelda Turner: Sharing the Graces of Ignatian Spirituality with Others
Growing up, Nelda Turner was taught to share everything – food, laughter and friendship – to consider the well-being of others and not just herself. Decades later, she practices that same principle in her work as a spiritual director and a retreat director.
Descendants of Jesuit Slaveholding and Jesuits of the United States Announce Historic Partnership
In a landmark undertaking in the pursuit of racial healing and justice, Descendants of ancestors enslaved and sold by the Jesuits and the Jesuits of the United States have announced a partnership to create the Descendants Truth & Reconciliation Foundation.
Pastoral Work without the Collar: Women in Parish Ministry
Priestly ordination is not required to be a skilled administrator. So, several parishes in the Jesuits USA Central and Southern (UCS) Province have transitioned to a more progressive, representational leadership model that allows for three dedicated women of faith to serve as anchors of their parish communities.