Spring 2019 • NUMBER 55
The American Jesuit University, Mick McCarthy, S.J.
Beacons of Hope Amid Strong Disaffection, James P. McCartin
Fostering a Vibrant Jesuit Catholic Tradition, Jennifer Tilghman-Havens
Paying Attention in a World of Distraction, Timothy Brown, S.J.
Deepening Faculty Engagement in Mission, Kari Kloos
The Mission Leadership Challenge for Trustees, John J. Hurley and Lee C. Wortham
Finances: How Can They Reflect the Institution’s Mission and Values? Salvador D. Aceves
Faithful to Mission and Truthful in Response, Katarina Schuth, O.S.F.
In the Midst of Pain, a Discerning Vision, Linda LeMura
Faith and Justice Together or Apart, Kathleen Maas Weigert
Forming With a Faith That Promotes Justice, Ann Marie Jursca Keffer
Surprised By Conversation, Brian D. Robinette
Recruiting and Retaining Jesuit Faculty, David Powers
Missioning Jesuits to Higher Education, Scott Santarosa, S.J.
Alumni and Student Voices:
Students Hold Us Accountable to the Promotion of Justice, Mary Kate Holman
Mission Is Possible No Matter the Major, Sasha Ducey
Your Mission, If You Choose to Accept It, Lauren Squillante
An Historical Moment:
Gonzaga University, Molly Pepper
Teaching the Mission:
Talking about Sex on a Jesuit Campus, Julie Rubio
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