March 31, 2016 — Jesuit Connections is a new speaker series for young professionals, sponsored by Charis and the Midwest Jesuits. Its kickoff program featured Fr. Pat McGrath, SJ, president of Loyola Academy, who spoke on the intersection between our personal and professional lives.
March 18, 2016 — Emanuel Werner, SJ, was a licensed professional clinical counselor before joining the Jesuits. Both experiences led him to a deeper understanding of Ignatian "consolation" and "desolation" and God's movement in his life.
March 11, 2016 — Jesuit Fr. Chris Krall's background in science and philosophy and role as an associate pastor at Church of the Gesu in Milwaukee constantly bring him into contact with God's creative action among His people.
March 3, 2016 — Polish Jesuit Fr. Waldemar Los is the general program coordinator for MAGIS 2016, a Jesuit program before World Youth Day in Krakow. He explains the exciting history and Ignatian mission of MAGIS.
February 9, 2016 — As director of mission for Jesuit Refugee Service/USA, Fr. Leo O’Donovan, SJ, will increase awareness of JRS/USA's global message. Learn about the major refugee outreach arm of U.S. Jesuits and their institutional ministries.
January 27, 2016 — Matthew Ippel, SJ, professed first vows in 2015 and is currently in his first year of first studies at Loyola University Chicago. Read Matthew's reflection on how his encounters with others during his Jesuit life have laid a claim on him.
January 12, 2016 — Fr. Daniel Berrigan's vocation as a Jesuit often put him at odds with the status quo in his quest for peace and justice. Read more about his life and work in an article from the USA Northeast Province magazine.
January 8, 2016 — Fr. Anand Pereira, SJ, a Jesuit priest from Kohima, India, visited partners in the Midwest to discuss his work and vocation, "Jesuit jargon," Pope Francis, and collaborations with Jesuits throughout the world.
January 2, 2016 — The Catholic Church comprises 24 different Churches. When he is ordained a priest, Andrij Hlabse, SJ, will be a rare bi-ritual Jesuit, allowing him to celebrate the Holy Eucharist in two of these traditions.