January 12, 2015 — Fr. Simisky will become the next president of Fairfield College Preparatory School in Connecticut.
January 1, 2015 — Even before 2014 started, all signs pointed to an auspicious beginning as Time Magazine named the first Jesuit Pope, Francis, its “Person of the Year” in the waning days of 2013.
December 31, 2014 — Jesuit Father John W. Swope has been named the 32nd president of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia.
December 28, 2014 — After a life of dedicated service to the Church and the Society of Jesus, Jesuit Archbishop Giuseppe Pittau died at age 86 in Tokyo on Dec. 26.
December 25, 2014 — After returning to Seattle from Rome last month, Jesuit Father Stephen Sundborg was beginning to process the chain of events that placed him in the company of Pope Francis.
December 24, 2014 — Jesuit Father James Keenan saves a memory of each of the sacraments he has celebrated in his 45 years as a priest.
December 22, 2014 — The St. Francis Mission Dental Clinic opened in 2012 to provide care for the Sioux Lakota people on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
December 19, 2014 — Jesuit Father Raymond P. Guiao, current Assistant to the Provincial for Formation with the Chicago-Detroit Province Jesuits, has been chosen as the 26th president of Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland.
December 19, 2014 — Jesuit Father Jean Baptiste Ganza is doing his part to build a better, brighter future for the people of Rwanda.
December 17, 2014 — Ready to curl up next to the fireplace with a good book this winter? Jesuit Father Raymond Schroth has just the reading list for you.
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The Sioux Spiritual Center, nestled amid the hills of western South Dakota, is the heart of the Diocese of Rapid City’s efforts to develop native clergy and leadership on the reservations.