Lighting the Way

Incorporating Jesuit Values as a Graduate Student


This book of reflections on Jesuit values was written by graduate students for graduate students. Articles include: Cura Personalis, Discernment, Finding God in All Things, and several others. Reflection questions at the end of the book provide an opportunity for graduate students to reflect on these values in light of their studies and worldview.

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Testimonials

"Great resource! We use Lighting the Way for our graduate welcome event for students across disciplines as an introduction to Jesuit education."

Janet Shandley
Director of Graduate Admission, Seattle University

"I just received the copies of the new Lighting the Way for graduate students! Congratulations!! I will be going over it with my new graduate student cohort the first weekend of classes. I enjoyed reading the reflections of the students and thought that the personal reflection questions at the end will spark conversation and discussion."

Dr. Brenda S. Levya-Gardner
Associate Professor and Director,
Executive Human Resource Development Graduate Program - Xavier University

 


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