Jesuit Education Video Resource
Keeping Ignatian Heritage Alive
Fr. Michael J. Graham, S.J., President of Xavier University, discusses the significance of St. Ignatius' Spiritual Exercises in keeping Jesuit ideals alive on campuses in an era where the number of available Jesuits is declining.
Watch a brief video of John Allen discussing four challenges of Jesuit education in the 21st century.
Leah Busam-Klenowski and Nick Rivera
Watch a brief video showing a description from Leah Busam-Klenowski and Nick Rivera about how Manresa - the first-year orientation program at Xavier University - incorporates the Jesuit mission.
Watch Jesuit 2.0, produced by Marquette University, highlights the value of a Catholic, Jesuit education in today's quickly changing world.
Michael J. Graham, S.J.
See and hear Fr. Michael J. Graham S.J., Xavier University President, in this 2-minute excerpt from his keynote address at the 18th annual Salute to Catholic School Alumni, in Louisville, KY.
John O'Malley, S.J.
See and hear John O'Malley, S.J., present the twelve historically enduring characteristics of Jesuit universities.
George Traub, S.J.
John L. Allen, Jr.
John L. Allen, Jr. presented during the Heartland-Delta VI Conference, held at Xavier University from May 25-28, 2010.
See and hear Cassandra Jones, Assistant Director of Disability Services, talk about the relationship between disability and the mission.
See and hear how Dr. Gillian Ahlgren's (Professor of Theology at Xavier University) approach to Jesuit education was influenced by the Jesuit martyrs in El Salvador.
Matt Dunch, S.J.
Matt Dunch, S.J. discusses the Ratio Studiorum, the origins of Jesuit education.