The Office of Social Ministries for the Maryland, New England, and New York Provinces
From direct service to local communities to international immersion trips, from advocating to build housing to meet the needs of low income individuals and families to pressing for comprehensive immigration reform, Jesuit middle schools, high schools, colleges, parishes and communities place service and justice at the core of their institutional identity to more fully develop a faith that does justice.
At the Province level, the Assistant for Social Ministries accompanies and supports the service and justice work of individuals at Jesuit institutions, providing resources and encouragement to link local issues to priorities of the Jesuit Conference of the United States. For more information on our current advocacy priorities, click on the Jesuit Advocacy link to the left.
We look to create opportunities for individuals leading the social ministry work of our Jesuit institutions to gather together, exchange experiences, and share best practices.
If you would like more information on the Tri-Province Office of Social Ministries, please contact Nick Napolitano at (212) 774-5527 or by email.