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Subject Area: Vocation

What Do You Ask of Me Now, God?

The retirement party has concluded, the new home office has been set up, but for what? So many retired or semiretired people who have experienced rich careers, sticky problems to solve, people to care for, or businesses to build, find themselves asking the critical question—what now? One person spoke of calculating how many days are left …

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Evangelizing through Drama

From the mid-16th century, through the suppression of the Society of Jesus in 1773 and beyond, Jesuit colleges in Europe led the way in the arts, turning out famous playwrights including Joseph Simeon, Pierre Corneille, and Molière. In 2021, theater and the inspiration it provides for students in Jesuit schools continue to thrive. Imanol Ruiz’s …

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Sports for the Soul

Sports have always been an important part of life for Fr. Patrick Kelly, SJ. He initially tried to set aside this passion, dismissing sports as “childish.” Eventually, though, he felt called to work at the intersection of sports and spirituality. Father Kelly is now a scholar- in-residence at the University of Detroit Mercy and, in …

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Celebrating the 2021 Jubilarians

In 2021, we congratulate the Midwest Jesuit jubilarians who are celebrating special anniversaries of their entrance into the Society of Jesus. Each Jesuit’s path is different, but they are united by their vocation to faithfully serve the Lord. We offer prayers of thanksgiving for their service, which has spanned not only across the country, but …

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