The Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States reiterates its unwavering solidarity with the Jesuits of Nicaragua and all who collaborate with them.
By Tracey Primrose As Jesuits West’s June 10th ordination liturgy began, Most Reverend Gerald Kicanas, bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Tucson, asked the families of the four Jesuits being ordained to stand. Saying that “I know that there are people here who know these four men well but none more than their own families. …
October 24, 2022 — This fall, two members of the Jesuits West Province were ordained to the diaconate. James Antonio, SJ, was ordained a deacon on Sept. 24, 2022, by Most Reverend Peter J. Uglietto, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston, at St. Ignatius Church in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, along with six other Jesuits. He is currently …
Jesuit Father Rutilio Grande of El Salvador will be beatified January 22, 2022, in San Salvador.
Today’s Jesuit regents are working in homeless shelters and refugee camps, as well as in high schools, colleges and many other apostolates.
Jesuit Fathers Frank Case and Dick Case are enjoying an opportunity not experienced by many siblings. After long lives of service to the Society of Jesus and the people of God, the brothers have come home to Sacred Heart Jesuit Center, the Jesuits West Province’s health care/retirement facility.
By Tracey Primrose In Hollywood, they call it a meet-cute, the charming first encounter between two protagonists, which sometimes leads to love and, maybe, happily ever after. For Dan Warmenhoven, that meeting took place when he grabbed a middle seat on a flight from Seattle to New York so he could sit next to the …
Fr. General Arturo Sosa, SJ, leader of the Society of Jesus, has named Fr. Sean Carroll, SJ, to serve as the next provincial of the Jesuits West Province.
For Fr. Jao, the two worlds he inhabits — serving as a priest and performing on TV, film and stage — have something in common.
The Jesuit Refugee Service is finding ways to keep up the learning amid lockdowns – often in places without reliable Internet or even stable electricity. Bringing Jesuit education to forcibly displaced people is one way the Rome-based agency is revitalizing its global mission – in the most troubling times since its establishment 40 years ago.