With Others. For Others. The Campaign for Jesuit Senior Healthcare

This is a pivotal time for the Chicago-Detroit and Wisconsin Provinces of the Society of Jesus, as we prepare to form a new entity — the USA Midwest Province. Our new province envisions a bright future: the novitiate is at maximum capacity for a second year, with a total of 93 men in formation and this year 13 men are being ordained to the priesthood.

Fr. Douglas Leonhardt, SJ Superior, St Camillus Jesuit Community

Fr. Douglas Leonhardt, SJ

Superior, St Camillus Jesuit Community

Support the With Others. For Others. Campaign

At the same time, the Jesuits — like others with aging relatives — face the challenge of caring for the largest number of senior Jesuits in our history; more than 100 seniors are receiving care. To meet their needs, the province is embarking on an essential $25 million campaign,
With Others. For Others.

The With Others. For Others. Campaign will include the expansion of the St. Camillus Senior Jesuit Community near Milwaukee to complement the Colombiere Senior Jesuit Community near Detroit. This bold initiative will provide a continuum of care for generations of Jesuits to come. 



Thank you for considering a gift to honor the Jesuits who have made a difference in the lives of so many. As always, be assured of the prayers and gratitude of the Jesuits for you and your loved ones. If you'd like more information, please contact Joe Sweeney, or another member of our Advancement Staff.

We invite you to join us in this campaign to provide the financial resources necessary to care for our Jesuits who have lived their lives as “men for others,” serving “with others and among others.”
Fr. Tom Lawler, SJ
Provincial
Wisconsin Province
Fr. Brian Paulson, SJ
Provincial
Chicago-Detroit Province

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