The American Jesuit University: A Source of Reconciliation
By Mick McCarthy, S.J.
The Prophetic Character of Jesuit Education
By Christopher Pramuk
Fostering a Vibrant Jesuit Catholic Tradition
By Jennifer Tighlman-Havens
Beacons of Hope Amid Strong Disaffection
By James McCartin
AJCU Mourns Former President Rev. Charles L Currie, SJ
Official Obiturary of the AJCU Featuring an Introduction from Patrick Howell, SJ
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How do we have honest and open conversations about the clergy sexual abuse and the ways to move forward?
What type of response can we as a Jesuit institution have to the latest revelations of clergy sexual abuse? Where do collaboration and discernment fit into a productive proactive response?
Do we define our colleges and universities by the intimate connection between faith and justice? What might be stopping us from doing that today?
Editor Edward Schmidt, SJ introduces the theme of Conversations Magazine 55 by inviting us to consider what the word “mission” has meant historically and for us today.
Faculty and staff associated with Jesuit higher education have come together to enhance curricular sustainability efforts across their institutions. The result is an articulation of five themes aligned with the Ignatian Pedagogy Paradigm.