Offering veteran faculty the opportunity to think deeply on their professional activities and work-life experiences within an Ignatian context. Participants discuss an Ignatian theme [via videos narrated by S. Byrne, P Fiorelli, C. Dacey, G. Hurst, L. Kilbourne, T. Kessinger, and M. Sena] at each of seven meetings. 


Loyola statueThe Founding of the Society of Jesus:

St. Ignatius Loyola and the Educational Mission


World being held in someone's handsIgnatian Spirituality:

The World is Charged with the Grandeur of God


Student writing Inspired Decision-Making:

Personal and Communal Discernment


Student on a mission tripJesuit Core Values: 

Whole Persons of Solidarity for the Real World


Person talking to a young childJesuit Education: 

Developing People of Competence and Compassion


Loyola StatueThe Jesuit Tradition in Today's World: 

Gifts of Our Ignatian Heritage


Xavier's campusXavier University: 

An Historical Perspective

Students being taught by Professor

Religious Pluralism and the Campus Community: 

The Lived Experience of Nostra Aetate

This seminar was developed with support from an American Council on Education Sloan Award to Xavier University

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