October 14, 2019 — Six North American delegates, sponsored by the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, will participate in the Amazon: Common Home symposium during the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon in Rome. Read more
Since St. Ignatius bought a printing press in 1556, the Jesuits have been involved in communications. Today the Society of Jesus publishes a number of award-winning journals and publications. Click below to access our latest issues.
Stages of Jesuit Formation with Fr. Chris Calderón, SJ
How long does it take to become a Jesuit priest or brother? Fr. Chris Calderón, SJ helps demystify the whole the process (known as formation) of a man becoming a Jesuit priest or brother. Learn more about what it takes to be a Jesuit at beajesuit.org.
The Jesuit Brother
Pray the "Anima Christi" with the brothers of the Society of Jesus.
What does Lent mean to you?
Fr. Scott Santarosa, SJ, provincial of the Jesuits' West Province, reflects upon Lent.
Understanding the Priestly Ordination Ceremony
This video gives a unique glimpse into an ordination ceremony with Fr. Radmar Jao, SJ, explaining the process of the ordination ceremony.
To work for reconciliation every day — with God, with human beings and with the environment
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Jesuit Parishes and Retreat Centers
There are 66 Jesuit parishes and 22 retreat centers in the United States. Jesuit parishes are situated in inner cities, suburbs, rural outposts and on college campuses and Native American reservations. Jesuit retreat centers can be found in places ranging from New England's rocky coast to the foothills of the Rockies and the rustic trails of Santa Clara Valley. They are part of urban landscapes, too.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish
Founded in 1917, Our Lady of Guadalupe is a Jesuit parish in San Diego, Calif., with an emphasis on Spanish-speaking sacramental work.
Loyola Institute for Spirituality (LIS), founded in 1997, is located in Orange, CA. LIS provides many programs and services for individuals, parishes, and dioceses throughout Southern California and beyond.