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De Smet Jesuit to Expand Ministry to Include Grades 6, 7 and 8 in August 2025

February 6, 2024 – De Smet Jesuit High School in St. Louis County, Missouri, has received approval from the Archdiocese of St. Louis to launch in August 2025 an academic program serving boys in grades 6, 7 and 8. This announcement follows many months of research as part of a contracted comprehensive feasibility study, inclusive …

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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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A New Worship Experience

Marco Machado, SJ | Chiapas, Mexico During my first days in Chiapas, Mexico, I visited a small Maya village. They welcomed us with open arms and very good food. But then I got a bad case of Montezuma’s revenge and was unable to hold any food for the next three days. As soon as I …

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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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Jesuits Magazine, Fall 2023

The fall issue of Jesuits magazine celebrates the province’s past – including 200 years of Jesuits in St. Louis – and takes a look at some of the new ways Jesuits continue to find new ways to meet the needs of our world. Read it here.