Diversity Resources

Diversity and the Jesuit tradition - A respect for all human persons and differences is a significant aspect of the history of the Society of Jesus. Ignatius Loyola befriended fellow students who were quite different from himself with regard to social class, age, and nationality rather unique in the 1500's. They are the founding companions of a religious order with close to 17000 members in our present day.



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Lighting the Way: Student Leaders

This book of reflections on Jesuit values was written by student leaders for student leaders. Reflection questions help students think about how these values impact their studies and leadership. It is perfect for training student government, resident hall advisors, orientation leaders, retreat leaders, and other student leaders who have leadership roles on campus

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The Examen for Diversity

This adaptation of the Daily Examen helps one reflect on their experience with diversity with five points for spiritual thanksgiving, grace, and introspection.

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Ignatian Journal

This handsome, spiral-bound "undated" planner is perfect for faculty, staff, and students alike. Its pages include quotes, illustrations, and reflections. Use it for your daily schedule or journaling.

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