Contagious Ignatius Spirit

Throughout history, the Jesuits have served these purposes, holding tight to what began with St. Ignatius nearly 500 years ago: Finding God in All Things. It’s a spirituality grounded in the belief that God is active in our world, a conviction that spurs us to pursue this presence and help others to do the same. This is Jesuit education.

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Father Jim Voiss: Challenges for Jesuit Universities

Gonzaga Magazine asked Father Jim Voiss, S.J., (’82) rector of the Jesuit community at Gonzaga and recent interim VP of Mission for the University, to share his views on what Jesuit universities today are facing. Here’s what he had to say.

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The Examen Bookmark – A Practice for Every Day 

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Ordination of New Jesuits: One Alum’s Reflection

Today, many Catholic institutions stand at a crossroads. With an aging population of priests and nuns, and a rapid decline in the numbers of young people committing to religious life, schools, hospitals and many other organizations formerly led by fathers and sisters must ask themselves: what now?

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Have the Jesuits Faded Away: The Editor’s Response

Ryan Labar received the first-place grant ($35,000) from the Virginia A. Groot Foundation’s 2015 awards. The foundation specifically supports artists who have exceptional talent in sculpture.

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