News

Despite winter temperatures in spring, the 6th annual Runners For Others Ignatian 5K generated a lot of warmth for Baltimore-area Jesuit ministries.

Read more

The Jesuits call for an end to violence in the country after proposed social security legislation.

Read more

In honor of Emancipation Day, Georgetown University celebrated the legacy of Anne Marie Becraft, a 19th-century African-American education pioneer.

Read more

Facebook has made changes to how users receive content from pages they follow including Jesuit East. View an instructional video to see how you can continue to receive regular updates.

Read more

Acclaimed author Steve Pemberton visited Philadelphia to teach students at St. Joseph's Prep and the GESU School the value of grit and resilience.

Read more

Jesuits recall three times when he graced their universities, including at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia.

Read more

The Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces have assembled several Easter prayers that can be used for your family gatherings this Easter Sunday.

Read more

Fr. Fronk, a Jesuit of the Maryland Province and president of Jesuit High School of New Orleans, will minister to the troops.

Read more

We invite you to join us in praying the Novena of Grace of Saint Francis Xavier with daily reflections by Fr. Francis Xavier Moan, SJ.

Read more

Fr. Francis G. McManamin, SJ, beloved professor and chaplain at Loyola University Maryland, has died at 93.

Read more

Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Richmond expressed their love and thanks to their pastor, Fr. Shay Auerbach, SJ, who has served the parish community for ten years.

Read more

Several athletes competing in the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, have ties to Jesuit colleges and universities.

Read more

Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14, marks the beginning of Lent, and the Ignatian family has a wide array of resources to help guide you through the next 40 days.

Read more

During Lent, voices from the Ignatian network challenge us to let go—of fear, of unknowing, of oppressive systems—to restore and repair our world.

Read more

Bishop Murry gave a talk on racism at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Charlotte, N.C., on Jan. 27.

Read more

St. Ignatius Church in Baltimore opens the first Jesuit-inspired preschool for low-income families.

Read more

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.

Read more

It calls for the protection of the unborn.

Read more

Ms. Kristin Cupillari ('87) has been appointed to serve as Scranton Prep's next principal, beginning July 1, 2018.

Read more

A look back at key stories from the Jesuits of the United States and Canada in 2017.

Read more

Sacred Heart Parishioners celebrated the nine evenings before Christmas accompanying Mary and Joseph on their way to Bethlehem and needing to find lodging for the night.

Read more

Dec. 20, 2017 - The Maryland Province would like to wish you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas and a very Happy New Year. We have prepared a selection of Christmas prayers which can be used for reflective prayer and during celebratory gatherings.

Read more

Fr. Joseph Feeney, SJ, raised the needed funds to publish the first Russian translation of Jesuit Gerard Manley Hopkins' poems.

Read more

December 17, 2017 — In honor of Pope Francis' 81st birthday today, here are 81 things the Jesuits love about Pope Francis.

Read more

Fr. Michael Boughton, SJ, served as formation director for the East Coast for five years. As he begins a new part of his own Jesuit journey, he shares insights on the state of Jesuit formation.

Read more

12345678910111213
Publications

JESUITS Magazine: Fall/Winter 2017

JESUITS Magazine: Summer 2017

"Jesuits" Magazine: Spring 2017




National Jesuit News
Search news



Ignatius House Retreat Center
For more than 50 years, the Ignatius House Retreat Center has been open to individuals of all faiths seeking a closer relationship with God.