The following list reflects the USA Northeast Province Jesuit communities and Ignatian ministries that are located in Bronx-Manhattan.
Fr. Philip Judge, SJ, superior
America House is home to some 15 Jesuits who serve at an array of Ignatian apostolates and Catholic ministries in and around New York City, including Fordham University, America Media, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Loyola School.
America Media, 1212 Avenue of the Americas, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10036
Fr. Matthew Malone, SJ, editor-in-chief.
America Media leads the conversation about faith and culture by producing excellent, unique, relevant and accessible content about the global Church across multiple platforms. America magazine, the flagship publication of America Media, is a Jesuit review of faith and culture that was first published in 1909.
Fr. Joseph O’Keefe, SJ, rector
Ciszek Hall is one of three Jesuit houses of studies in the U.S. 26 Jesuit scholastics pursue courses in philosophy, theology, and other areas of interest in the second period of Jesuit formation.
Cristo Rey New York High School, 112 East 106 Street, New York, NY 10029
Daniel Dougherty, president
Cristo Rey New York High School is a Catholic, co-ed, college-prep school, that is part of the national Cristo Rey Network. The school serves students of all faiths who have demonstrated the potential and motivation to achieve success and who do not have the educational background or financial means to attend another private, college-prep school.
Fordham Prep, Bronx, NY 10458
Fr. Christopher Devron SJ, president
Since 1841 Fordham Prep has been educating young men to live reflective, learned, prayerful, loving and service-oriented lives in the world. Through all the world’s changes, Fordham Prep continues to work “for the greater glory of God.”
Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus, Bronx, NY 10458
Fr. Joseph McShane, SJ, president
Fordham is the Jesuit university of New York, serving the metro NYC area and far beyond for more than 175 years. It is well-known for its academic excellence and also for challenging all students to wrestle with and take on the great ethical issues of our time.
Ignatian Volunteer Corps, 30 West 16 Street, New York, NY 10011
Maureen Fullam, director for NY/NJ/LI
The Ignatian Volunteer Corps provides men and women, most age 50 or better, opportunities to serve others and to transform lives. By working in partnership with hundreds of community partner organizations, IVC offers a spiritual reflection program, rooted in Ignatian spirituality, to volunteers.
Thomas Chobolla, president
For more than 50 years, the Jesuit Volunteer Corps has engaged passionate young people in vital service within poor communities, fostering the growth of leaders committed to faith in action. Jesuit Volunteer Corps participants devote 1-2 years of their life living in a community of fellow volunteers who are guided by social justice, spirituality and living a simple lifestyle.
Loyola School, 980 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10028
Tony Oroszlany, president
Loyola School is a private Jesuit independent school serving students from grades 9-12. Loyola School strives to develop the diverse and unique talents of young men and women and encourages the use of these talents to serve the greater glory of God.
Murray-Weigel-Kohlmann Jesuit Community, Bronx, NY 10458
Fr. Frederick Pellegrini, SJ, superior
Murray-Weigel-Kohlmann is the health care center for about 65 Jesuits, and also the community for some who perform various ministries outside and for some graduate students. Its main mission is to pray for the Church and the Society.
Regis High School, 55 East 84 Street, New York, NY 10028
Fr. Daniel Lahart, SJ, president.
Founded in 1914, Regis High School offers a tuition-free Jesuit college preparatory education to Roman Catholic young men from the New York metropolitan area. Regis seeks to inspire and train the ethnically diverse young men in its care to become imaginative leaders committed to promoting justice and exerting leadership in the Church, in the civic community and in their chosen profession.
Fr. Christopher Cullen, SJ, acting superior.
Spellman Hall is the home community to some 30 Jesuits who serve the university and Fordham Prep and also offer many other professional and ministerial services in the area.
St. Francis Xavier Parish, 55 West 16 Street, New York, NY 10011
Fr. Kenneth Boller, SJ, pastor.
The Church of St. Francis Xavier strives to be a prophetic, welcoming community and an inclusive witness to the presence of Jesus Christ in our midst. The parish is home to a thriving faith community and myriad ministries that serve all those in need from all walks of life, from many areas throughout Metropolitan New York.
St. Ignatius Loyola Jesuit Community, 53 East 83 Street, New York, NY 10028
Fr. James Carr, SJ, superior
St. Ignatius Loyola Jesuit Community is home to some 18 Jesuits who serve at Ignatian apostolates and other ministries, including Loyola School, Regis High School, St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, New York Medical College and the adjacent Jesuit Center province administrative offices.
St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, 980 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10028
Fr. Dennis Yesalonia, SJ, pastor
Ministering to the Manhattan community since 1851 and entrusted in 1866 to the administration of the Society of Jesus, St. Ignatius Loyola Parish today continues to be staffed by Jesuit priests and lay men and women who are part of a vibrant faith community that offers a wide range of ministries.
St. Ignatius School (Middle School), 740 Manida St., Bronx, NY 10474
Mr. Jeremy Clifford, president
St. Ignatius School serves some 80 co-ed students grades 6-8 in the Hunts Point neighborhood of the South Bronx. Most important there is creating a caring community that fosters students’ intellectual, social, and spiritual growth. It is a model for urban education that works.
Thrive for Life, 30 West 16 Street, New York, NY 10011
Tracey Tynan, Executive Director
Since 2016, Thrive For Life Prison Project has brought retreats, accompaniment and the Spiritual Exercises to more than 700 women and men in six federal (BOP), state (NYSDOCCS), and municipal (NYCDOC) correction facilities in the New York City region. Thrive for Life retreats combine guided meditations and reflections with group sharing and discussions to help inmates understand and articulate their thoughts and emotions.
Xavier High School, 30 West 16 Street, New York, NY 10011
John Raslowsky, president
Founded in 1847, Xavier High School is an academically rigorous, Catholic, Jesuit, college preparatory school that educates intelligent, motivated young men of diverse backgrounds and means. Xavier teaches students to take responsibility for their lives, to act justly in serve of others, to pursue excellence in every endeavor and to deepen their relationship with God.
Fr. Thomas Feely, SJ, superior
The Xavier Jesuit Community is home to some 18 Jesuits who serve in an array of ministries throughout New York City, including the St. Francis Xavier Parish, Xavier High School, Regis High School, America Media and Thrive for Life Prison Ministry.
Xavier Mission, 55 West 16 Street, New York, NY 10011
Cassandra Agredo, executive director
Xavier Mission is a multi-service community outreach organization that welcomes those who are economically disadvantaged into a supportive community. The Mission operates six outreach programs, including the Welcome Table soup kitchen; the customer-choice food pantry and emergency pantry; the Coughlin men's shelter; the All Saints clothing room; the Life-Skills Empowerment Programs for homeless individuals, veterans, and post-incarcerated individuals; and the Financial Assistance Program, for those facing eviction.