What's In Your Heart?
Sometimes our hearts desire more than a job. Sometimes our hearts desire companions on the spiritural journey. Are you thinking about becoming a priest or brother? If so, the Jesuits offer many joyful opportunities for service. We would be honored to hear what you feel in your heart.
Rev. Charles Frederico, S.J.
Director of Vocations
Maryland and New York Provinces
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Vocation Newsletter for Maryland, New England and New York Provinces.
This month's Meet the Jesuits includes a reflection by Gil Stockson, nSJ, on working in campus ministry at Wheeling Jesuit University.
New Jesuit Novices in the United States - 2010.
The First Vow Mass in Syracuse, August 16, 2008: a video slideshow.
Eight men entered the Jesuit novitiate in Syracuse this year
for the Maryland, New England and New York Provinces.
[back row, l to r:] Jason Downer, David Gregory, Christian Clark, Robert Condon
[front row, l to r:] Jonathan Beech, Douglas Ray, James Tomasino, Timothy Casey
Eight Jesuits of the Maryland, New England and New York Provinces pronounced First Vows in the Society of Jesus on Saturday, August 14.
[left to right:] Keith Macziewicz, SJ; Patrick Nolan, SJ; Brian Konzman, SJ; Timothy O'Brien, SJ; Kevin Hughes, SJ; Richard Nichols, SJ; Ricardo Avila, SJ; and Vincent Marchionni, SJ.
[More photos are here.]
Rev. John P. Mulreany, SJ, Rev. Robert J. Pecoraro, SJ and Rev. Paul K. Rourke, SJ were ordained to the priesthood at the Fordham University Church, Bronx, New York, by Most Reverend Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York on Saturday, June 12.
Photos are here.
Newly ordained Jesuit priests share their mission to change the world. These Jesuits are heeding the call of Saint Ignatius to “Go Forth and Set the World on Fire.”
The Jesuit Superior General
An interview with Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, SJ, conducted on March 7, 2008, two days after the close of the 35th General Congregation.
A Jesuit "without imagination and creativity would be a disaster."
Part One: What do you ask of the Jesuits?
Part Two: Has spirituality been replaced by ideology?
Part Three: Is there too much diversity in the Society, in the Church?
[Published on Thinking Faith, the online journal of the British Jesuits.]
The Future of Religious Life, by Timothy Radcliffe, OP: "Our vocation as religious is more important than ever before. We are called to be signs of hope for humanity. We can only be a sign of hope for a generation that is living through a crisis if we are able to confront our crises with joy and serenity, as moments of grace and new life."
A video of the New Orleans Province Mass of Ordination with instructional commentary.
Jesuit scholastics from eight American Provinces and Jamaica live at Ciszek Hall in the Bronx as they complete collegiate studies before beginning their regency.
Why I Am a Jesuit
by Richard Malloy, SJ
by Christopher Derby, SJ
Are You Weak Enough to be A Priest?
by Michael J. Buckley, SJ