The Magis Society 

The Dorothy Day Center for Faith and Justice Magis Society honors those graduating students who, during their undergraduate career at Xavier University, have embodied the Center’s mission of 'deepening spirituality, pursuing justice, and promoting pluralism'.

The Magis Society, as it grows, will serve as a network of support for current and past students who are pursuing faith and justice in their personal and professional lives beyond Xavier. Check out our list of current Magis Members

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Join the Magis Society! 

Every year since 2011 the CFJ has invited graduating seniors who have been involved in CFJ programs the opportunity to apply for induction into the Magis Society. Applications open in January for the Class of 2015.
Graduated prior to 2011, but still want to join the Magis Society network? Pre-Class of 2011 Magis applications found HERE

Keeping Up With Students & Alumni 

Stay current with students and other alum by reading the CFJ Blog, we post pieces focused on themes related to faith and justice in everyday life, community, and society. If you are doing something cool in the world or have wisdom to share from your post XU experience with a larger audience, we would love for you to contribute. Instructions found HERE

Magis Member Spotlight: Grace Badik 

Grace Badik is the Jesuit Volunteer (JV) for Street Roots in Portland, OR, serving the homeless community through her work with vendors. She hails from Toledo, Ohio and received her bachelor's in some crazy thing called Philosophy, Politics, and the Public from Xavier University in 2013. Outside of JV life and Street Roots, she loves reading playing basketball, and being lazy on a sunday afternoon. Read her blog post Finding My Roots Delivering Others to [The Capital] on the CFJ Blog



If you're interested in learning more about the Magis Society, contact Greg Carpinello