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Jesuit Friends and Alumni Sunday - Oct. 19-20

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Join Jesuit educated grads and friends of the Jesuits for the fifth annual Jesuit Friends and Alumni Sunday! The event will be an opportunity for alumni and friends of Jesuit schools to share our common bonds through the celebration of liturgy, followed by a reception highlighting opportunities for continuing spiritual growth and service to the local and global community.

Jesuit Alumni Sunday was started five years ago as a way of bringing together alumni of Jesuit schools and friends of the Jesuits across the generations to rekindle their connection with the Society and each other. Liturgies are followed by receptions where participants can learn about the Ignatian programming in their area and meet program representatives. 

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Recent News

The Jesuits of Washington, D.C. joined together at Georgetown’s Dahlgren Chapel to celebrate those with jubilee years in the Society of Jesus.

October 10, 2019 — Jesuits urge Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan to promote moral and ethical treatment of migrants.

Oct. 8, 2019 - Please join us in praying for the Jesuits from the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces who died over the past year.

Youth preparing for Confirmation at St. Peter Church in Charlotte, NC, helped plant 300 trees as part of the Season of Creation - Feast of St. Francis.

Fr. Robert S. Curry, SJ, beloved pastor at several Maryland Province Jesuit parishes, has died at the age of 88.

September 20, 2019 — For Jesuit organizations in the U.S. and Canada, the day was marked by prayer and protests.

September 18, 2019 — The president of the Jesuit Conference and the U.S. and Canadian provincials released a joint statement calling for increased advocacy efforts.

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JESUITS Magazine: Spring/Summer 2019

JESUITS Magazine: Fall/Winter 2018

JESUITS Magazine: Summer 2018



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