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Happy Easter from the Ignatian Center

We have said goodbye to Lent, a season which is decisively not about avoiding candies but about coming to recognize what matters to us and why. Committing ourselves to what gives our lives purpose and meaning recalibrates our relationships – with others, with creation, with our best and most authentic selves, and with God.
Lent invites us to wash the windows of our perception clean, so that we can truly see the world which has been put into our hands – in all its dimensions. Jesuit education – the core mission of Santa Clara University and the Ignatian Center – has many aspects that include thought and feeling, reflection, and action. All of these require and result in deepened perception, recalibrating our sense of who we are and what is truly important. As we continue to invest not only in who our students are now, but even more importantly in who they will become in ten, twenty and fifty-years time, Lent has something important to teach us all. 
Rev. Dorian Llywelyn, S.J.
Executive Director

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A Hidden Gem of Ignatian Leadership

Professor and Chair of SCU's Department of Counseling Psychology, David Feldman, recently shared his experience in working with the Ignatian Center's Ignatian Faculty Forum. "As a devout person of Jewish faith, I have found it very rewarding to participate in this special program, which works hard to bring people together, to give them a sense of what it means to work at a Jesuit institution, and to allow all of us to truly experience our shared values." Read David's Story.


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