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Meet our Two Ordinands

May 21, 2023 – Two members of the Jesuits USA Central and Southern (UCS) Province will be ordained priests on Saturday, June 8, 2024. You can watch live at 10:00 a.m. CDT at bit.ly/ordinations2024. A worship aid is available here. Daniel J. Everson, SJ, and J. Michael Mohr, SJ, entered the Society of Jesus in …

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Jesuits Magazine – Winter 2024

The Winter 2024 issue of Jesuits magazine features stories on our Jesuits serving in Rome, Del Camino Jesuit Border Ministries and a pull-out resource for your Lenten prayer. Download it here.

The Future in Grand Coteau

Below is the extended version of our Q&A with Fr. J.P. Hough, SJ, that appeared in the Winter 2024 issue of Jesuits Magazine. Grand Coteau, Louisiana, is a beloved place for Jesuits and others who have found consolation in its quiet beauty. Jesuits have served the people of the area since 1838, when St. Charles College …

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Finding Moments of Grace

By José Lopez | Dajabon, Dominican Republic Thanks to Novice Director Fr. Drew Kirschman, who was always creative about my discernment process, I was able to explore the experience of being a Jesuit in a Latin American context. My incredible long experiment in Dajabon, Dominican Republic, was one of the most formative experiences of my …

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A Language for What Matters Most

By Joseph Laughlin, SJ | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic “Joe, we’re missioning you to Santo Domingo.” These were the words of Fr. Drew Kirschman, SJ, my novice director, as he informed me that I would spend my long experiment at Colegio Loyola, a pre-K through 12th grade school in the Dominican Republic. My imagination started …

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Philip Nahlik, SJ, Blends Science, Spirituality and Awe in His Care for Creation

By Therese Fink Meyerhoff Jesuit Scholastic Philip Nahlik, SJ, found special joy this summer in helping to plan the Ignatian Eco-Educator Summit at Bellwether Farm outside Cleveland. The brainchild of Brenna Davis, director of integral ecology for the Ignatian Solidarity Network, the summit was an opportunity for Jesuit educators from 15 Jesuit and other Catholic …

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