Below are links to several sites that contain valuable information about Ignatian and Catholic spirituality and Jesuit higher education.
Address of Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, former Superior General of the Society of Jesus, to the International Meeting of Jesuit Higher Education Rome (Monte Cucco), May 27, 2001
The purpose of the magazine is to encourage serious conversations on the nature of Jesuit higher education, and ways in which all who participate in that mission may better achieve it.
The Collaborative Ministry Office exists to provide spiritual formation opportunities that strengthen personal and communal growth.
From Jesuit Media Initiatives - this is an initiative to provide daily prayer in MP3 format, for people travelling to and from work.
The mission of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) is to support and promote Jesuit higher education by facilitating cooperative efforts among and providing services to its member institutions, providing a forum for the exchange of experience and information, and representing the work of Jesuit higher education at the national and international levels.
Since 1971, the Center of Concern has offered moral vision and provided effective leadership in the struggle to end hunger, poverty, environmental decline, and injustice in the United States and around the world.
The National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company reports, comments and reflects on the church and society. It strives for excellence in its publications, supporting a full, honest and open exchange of ideas. It works out of a Roman Catholic tradition and an ecumenical spirit.
Caring for the whole person.
An important principle of Jesuit education is care for the whole person. The Jesuit philosophy places a student's humanity first, creating a personalized educational environment where thoughtful questions can be considered.