Fr. Timothy Kesicki, SJ, president of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the U.S., discusses some of the highlights of the provincials’ time with Father General.
On June 9, six East Coast province Jesuits will be ordained priests at the Fordham University Church. Their ordinations come after extensive formation experiences that are deeply rooted to the traditions and the vision of our Jesuit founder, St. Ignatius Loyola. Their ordination symbolizes life and hope for the Church, the ongoing proclamation of the Gospel, and humble and loving service of God’s people.
On May 3, Grace Regan was missioned as president Boston College High School by Fr. John Cecero, SJ, provincial of the USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus. More than 40 Jesuits attended the missioning mass, which celebrated Regan as the first female lay leader of the school.
Jesuit Father Howard J. Gray, an internationally known scholar on Ignatian spirituality, died May 7.
Earlier this week, Fairfield Prep, Fordham Prep, Loyola High School, Regis High School and Xavier High School participated in the Ignatian Social Justice Tournament in an effort to earn money for charities of their choosing.
Last weekend, 17 men considering vocations to the Society of Jesus took part in a Discernment Retreat at Linwood Spiritual Center, offering them the chance to immerse themselves in Ignatian spirituality and hear talks from Jesuit scholastics about vowed life and their formation experiences.
Ms. Kristin Cupillari (’87) has been appointed to serve as Scranton Prep’s next principal, beginning July 1, 2018.
Oct. 26, 2017 – Earlier this month, 22 pilgrims traveled with the USA Northeast Province to Spain and southern France to follow in the footsteps of Jesuit Sts. Ignatius Loyola and Francis Xavier, and St. Bernadette. Fr. George Witt, SJ, provincial assistant for spirituality ministries for the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces of the Society …
Meet the 38 men who have answered God’s call to ministry in the Society of Jesus in the U.S., Canada and Haiti this year.
Jesuit Father Timothy Kesicki’s letter to Dreamers after the rescission of DACA.