Fr. Karl Kiser, SJ, to succeed V. Rev. Brian Paulson, SJ, as provincial of the Midwest Jesuits Though he had been a Jesuit in the Chicago area for nearly 40 years and is a native of the suburb of Waukegan, Illinois, for the V. Rev. Brian Paulson, SJ, serving as provincial of the Midwest Jesuits …
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Walsh Jesuit High School: What distinguishes a high school as belonging to the Jesuit mission?
Trevor Rainwater, SJ, reflects on his formation.
Jesuit-educated food industry professionals improvise to keep their businesses, and their employees and customers, safe and healthy
The journey of Father James J. O’Leary, SJ
Br. Jim Heidrick, SJ, a locksmith at Creighton University
My single greatest hesitation in entering the Jesuit novitiate had nothing to do with vows of poverty, chastity, or obedience. It was all the moving around that got me. “Can you really form lasting and loving relationships while constantly on the road?”
The Spiritual Exercises are a central tool in Ignatian spirituality and Jesuit formation.
What does a Jesuit provincial have in common with a former Wisconsin
governor, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, an Emmy-nominated comedian, a former president of Mexico, and a groundbreaking physician? All attended Campion High School in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Those mentioned above are Midwest Jesuits provincial, Fr. Brian Paulson, SJ; Governor Patrick Lucey; Garry Wills(author of Lincoln at Gettysburg); George Wendt (best known as “Norm” on the sitcom Cheers); President Vicente Fox; and James West, MD (who served on the team that performed the world’s first human organ transplant and became a pioneer in addiction treatment).