2015 Partners Spring - Making the Greatest Impact by Serving the Greatest Need

From the Provincials
Dear Friends, 

“How do we measure the impact of Jesuit ministry?” is a question heard often in Jesuit communities around the Midwest (indeed, around the world!). By “Jesuit ministry,” we mean the work of Jesuits and of our lay and religious colleagues who serve or lead Jesuit-sponsored ministries. We know, too, that our colleagues, alumni, friends, and benefactors have similar conversations about the effectiveness of Jesuit ministry. 

As the question itself reveals, our mission is to make the greatest impact by serving the greatest need. Continue Reading



Detailed Table of Contents

In The News
News
 
& Assignments

Superior General 
Adolfo Nicolás
Convokes 36th 
General Congregation


Loyola University Chicago
Opens World’s First
Jesuit Community College
 


Loyola Press
Brings Faith Formation 
to the Frontiers

Ignatian Partners
Why We Support
the Jesuits in Tanzania

Birds of a Feather
Make an Impact Together
in the Twin Cities

Sweepstakes for Scholarships
at Ocer Campion in Gulu


Advancement
$20,000 and a Rock

Why I support the Jesuits

Jesuits in Service
Responding
to the Call of Christ
A Heart on Fire reflection
by
 
Lukas Laniauskas, SJ


Jesuit Brothers Celebrate
Year of Consecrated Life

“Wait, so how did you
become a Jesuit?”



We Give Thanks
In Memoriam - Spring 2015
 
     
Meet the 2015 Ordinands
Ordination Mass is June 13, 2015 at 9:30 am
Queen of All Saints Basilica | 6280 North Sauganash Avenue | Chicago, Illinois
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List of Ministries of
the Midwest Jesuits (pdf)
 


Honoring the Life and Legacy of Jim Skerl
A Jesuit's Journey:
Fr. Joe Eagan, SJ
Falling in Love... Again
Jesuit Brothers Celebrate Year of Consecrated Life


Publications

Jesuits Summer 2016

Jesuits Spring 2016

Partners Fall Winter 2015





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