The Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus offers deepest gratitude to our friends, benefactors, partners, and companions for their generous support. Click here to read the annual Honor Roll in pdf format
Let us pray in thanksgiving for the life of our brother, Fr. Michael A. Evans, S.J. (CDT), who died on Monday, September 1, 2014, at Providence Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He was 60 years old. May he rest in peace.
Jesuit Father Brian Paulson’s childhood in northern Illinois nurtured and inspired his Jesuit vocation. These lessons have carried him through his life as a Jesuit, from vocation director to high school president to his new role as provincial of the Chicago-Detroit Province Jesuits.
On behalf of our two Provinces and the world-wide Society of Jesus, we would like to thank and congratulate all of our Jubilarians this year, especially our Golden Jubilarians, for the generous and faith-filled lives of service they have offered to the Church and the Society over many years.
Let us pray in thanksgiving for the life of Br. Anthony R. Kreutzjans, S.J. (CDT), who died at 11:30 a.m. (EDT) on Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at Colombiere Center in Clarkston, Michigan, after a long battle with cancer. He was 74 years old. May he rest in peace.
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.