Barbara Dawson, RSCJ, Provincial, U.S.-Canada Province (left), and Kathleen Conan, RSCJ, Superior General, Society of the Sacred Heart, deliver a gift of two rose bushes in the latest exchange in a long-running relationship between the sisters’ religious congregation and the Jesuits. Read more
Jesuit priest Eugene Grollmes, a writer, poet and chaplain to student athletes who also worked to strengthen academics and religious identities of Catholic universities, has died at the age of 82.
Hurtado Scholars: Rockhurst High Helps Urban Youth
Celebrating 150 Years of Service
The new Central and Southern Province has its roots on the frontier, in a time of transition and conflict.
St. Martin de Porres Parish in Belize
An interview with Fr. Matt Ruhl about his efforts to create a safe haven in one of the most dangerous parts of a country that ranks high in violence worldwide.
A new Jesuit high school in Micronesia
A tour of the early stage of constructing a new high school shows the challenges Jesuits face as they begin to bring education to Yap, Micronesia.
The Society of Jesus – Serving the Catholic Church for the greater glory of God.
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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.
St. Charles Borromeo Parish
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church was established in 1819 in Grand Coteau, La., and the Jesuits have served the parish since 1837.