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Who is Jesus to me? A conversation with SCU students.

Fr. Jim Martin

America Magazine


Jesuit Universities are challenged to be leaders in service to faith and the promotion of justice.

Peter Hans Kolvenbach

Former Superior General of Jesuits


Six SCU courses are collaborating on a qualitative study to assess key indicators of a local neighborhood.  

Barbara Burns

Chair, Liberal Studies

Ignatian Center

"This fellowship allows me to situate myself in a context that will challenge me to think critically about the issues of public education and engage creatively in problem-solving within a network of passionate professionals."

Andrea Garcia '17
Community Development Fellow
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School

"As I prepare to graduate, I hope that the experiences and knowledge that I gain through my time at Sacred Heart will help prepare me to enter the field of social work so that I can continue to work with marginalized and underserved populations."

Karen Snowden '17
Community Development Fellow
Sacred Heart Education Center

"This fellowship is about gaining a more deeply rooted understanding of collective liberation and participating actively in creating a more just future."

Yesenia Veamatahau '17
Community Development Fellow
CET Immigration

André Delbecq - Rest in Peace

The Ignatian Center and the SCU community mourn the passing of Andre Delbecq, longtime member of the SCU community, Senior Fellow in the Ignatian Center, and an Ignatian companion on the journey.

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    Sri in Pune: Reflections of a Jean Donovan Fellow

    Srisruthi Ramesh reflects during her time as a Jean Donovan Fellow in Pune, India

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          What Is at Stake for Gender Justice in 2016? Rethinking Gender and the Politics of the Possible

          October 25, 4:00pm - 5:15pm, St. Clare Room

          Professor Sharmila Lodhia offers an analysis of ways in which ideas about gender have entered contemporary law and politics. 

          Resilient Families Community Movement

          Student Researchers for the Resilient Families Program (RFP) educate a broader audience about the science of resilience.