I am so proud to have had the opportunity to have been exposed to the Jesuit teachings. I cannot express to you how these teachings have personally changed my life. They have made such a tremendous impact on who I am, how I live, and the path my career has taken. ~ Kevin Willer
Jesuit Alumni and Friends of Chicago Welcomed Kevin Willer on October 27th
Over 170 Jesuit alums were in attendance to hear Kevin Willer on October 27, 2014 at the Union League Club of Chicago. Kevin is a partner at Chicago Ventures, and previously CEO of 1871, and co-founder of the Google Chicago Office. Willer is an alum of Loyola Academy and Boston College. He serves on the board at Loyola Academy and Loyola University Chicago.
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Winter Luncheon Monday, December 8, 2014 Fr. Patrick Conroy, SJ Chaplain of the United States House of Representatives Invite your Jesuit alumni friends for lunch at the Union League Club Advance purchase tickets are available through December 4 at Eventbrite for $360 (Table of 10), or $40 Individual. Tickets will not be sold at the door. For More Information Please Contact the Jesuit Alumni and Friends of Chicago Ann Greene email@example.com 773-975-6891
The Jesuit Alumni and Friends of Chicago club meets 3-4 times a year.
August 21, 2018 — Pope Francis has responded to new reports of clerical sexual abuse and the ecclesial cover-up of abuse. In an impassioned letter addressed to the whole People of God, he calls on the Church to be close to victims in solidarity, and to join in acts of prayer and fasting in penance for such "atrocities".
October 17, 2018 — Let us pray in thanksgiving for the life of Fr. Thomas "Tom" S. McShane, SJ, who was called to eternal life on October 16, 2018. He was eighty-nine years old, a Jesuit for seventy-one years, and a priest for fifty-eight years.
What can all happen while sharing a meal together? For Christ, it was when he gave of himself at the Last Supper; for me, it is where I realized I needed to give of myself and enter the Jesuits as well as experienced unity among diversity.