St. Thomas More is also the Jesuit community for the entire Atlanta area. Jesuits who serve the parish, Cristo Rey High School and the Ignatius House Retreat Center live in community at St. Thomas More.
St. Robert Bellarmine Chapel was founded in 1927 at Xavier University to serve a neighborhood community in Cincinnati.
Since its founding in 1845 as Cincinnati’s first Catholic church, St. Francis Xavier Church has been infused with the Jesuit charism.
Since 1922, Gesu Parish has served the Detroit community, grounded in the rich Catholic traditions upon which it was founded.
Gesu Parish, a Catholic community in Milwaukee inspired by the Ignatian tradition, dates back to 1849.
Located in the center of America’s heartland (and founded in 1878), Creighton University is rooted in Catholic, Jesuit traditions and offers more than 7,000 students a contemporary, relevant education through its nine schools and colleges.
The Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford spreads over 37 park-like acres overlooking the Little Miami River, 30 minutes east of Cincinnati.
Nestled in the urban landscape of Parma, Ohio, the Jesuit Retreat Center is “a place of peace in the forest.”
The Demontreville Jesuit Retreat House is located on the shores of Lake De Montreville in Lake Elmo, Minn.
Manresa Jesuit Retreat House, located north of Detroit in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., offers retreatants a respite from the city on its 37–acre campus with almost 50,000 trees.