Christ the King Jesuit College Prep School has announced openings in four positions: Assistant Director of Development, Dean of Students, Development Officer (New Position), and Faculty, Science – Physics, Chemistry, Biology.
When you think of Jesuit education, do you naturally picture high schools and colleges? If so, you might be surprised to learn about a sizable cadre of Jesuit-inspired middle schools in cities across the country. Nativity Jesuit Middle School in Milwaukee began as a school to serve the under served and grew to become a prototype for Jesuit middle school education.
Join Chaplain John Mossi, SJ, California Province Jesuit, on a 14-day cruise December 8-22, 2014. The cruise features presentations on Advent and Ignatian prayer, as well as a visit to the church and rooms of St. Peter Claver, SJ, who ministered to the black natives brought to the New World as slaves.
The Assistant Director will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations and encouraging program growth of volunteer teams in assigned cities throughout our national network. This includes regular communication with teams as they prepare for, facilitate, and debrief the retreat experience.
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Milwaukee has announced four new positions: Director of Finance & Operations, Development Director, Managing Director of Corporate Work Study Program and Director of Admissions.
Adam DeLeon, SJ, first felt a call to the priesthood during his grade school years in Cleveland, OH. It continued throughout his years at Cleveland’s St. Ignatius High and at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.
(MILWAUKEE, WI)– March 26, 2014– Dr. Michael R. Lovell was unanimously elected the 24th president of Marquette University by the Marquette Board of Trustees at a special Board meeting earlier today. As the university’s first lay president, he will succeed Interim President Robert A. Wild, S.J. Lovell will take office on Aug. 1, 2014.
Founded in 2000 to address the needs of young adults, Charis Ministries has developed retreats based on eight themes chosen to respond to these particular needs. Rooted in the Spiritual Exercises, the retreats include silent reflection, spiritual direction and Ignatian prayer forms – all tools that can be used in daily life following a retreat.