April 8, 2020 - The Bellarmine House community is a house of formation for Jesuits in First Studies at Saint Louis University. For these men, college coursework is their full-time assignment. With Saint Louis University (SLU) restricted to online classes only, the rhythm of life has changed. Melvin Rayappa, SJ, offers this glimpse of life at Bellarmine House in the days of the Coronavirus pandemic.
April 1, 2020 - Sacred Heart Church, the Jesuit Parish in El Paso, continues to find creative ways to serve the local community. Like many area food pantries, Sacred Heart’s is experiencing increased demand as many people have less income. New measures are in place to keep both guests and staff safe.
April 7, 2020 - The Stations of the Cross this year are unlike any we've experienced before. Even during Holy Week, we are unable to gather to recall together our Lord's passion and death. Vietnamese Jesuit Joseph Ngoc Dinh Pham, SJ, created Stations of the Cross specifically for our current needs. We invite you to pray along with us.
April 2, 2020 - So much has changed in our world in the past month. One thing remains the same: our gratitude and concern for our friends and benefactors. Father Provincial Ronald A. Mercier sends a brief message.
March 27, 2020 - Human needs continue during social distancing. The Social Ministry office of St. Francis Xavier Parish in Kansas City, Mo., has volunteers and professionals working to meet the physical, mental and spiritual needs of the parish community.
Updated March 26, 2020 – Out of concern for the well-being of Jesuits and province staff, Fr. Provincial Ronald A. Mercier, SJ, has decided to close the offices of the USA Central and Southern Province, effective March 18.
Feb.12, 2020 - Father Jim Bradley, SJ, has taught and served in leadership in Jesuit high schools, as a provincial and superior of Jesuit communities. But the job he has found most fulfilling is the one he has now.
February, 2020 - Jesuit in formation Aric Serrano appreciates deep thinkers who integrate their intellectual, artistic and spiritual lives. “When the mind, body and spirit are working together,” he noted, “it’s the human person fully alive.”