|April 18, 2014|
Thank you for your interest in the Jesuits of the Maryland, New England and New York Provinces of the Society of Jesus. We hope that the information presented here will assist you in your ongoing journey of discernment.
If you would like more information about discerning with us, please contact us. It would be a privilege to accompany you on your journey.
Rev. Charles Frederico, S.J.
Finding Beauty in Science
Br. Jonathan Stott, SJ, who is currently in his first year as a physics professor at Fairfield University in Connecticut, is used to being asked if his work in science and his religious vocation ever conflict.
His answer: "In all honesty no" -- which always surprises people. "God created the world around us and there is nothing to fear of it," Br. Stott explains. "This is God's handiwork. It's not going to challenge your faith."
Pope Francis Canonizes Blessed Jesuit Father José de Anchieta
Pope Francis canonized Bl. Jesuit Father José de Anchieta, a patron of the country's music and literature known as the "Apostle of Brazil," on April 3.
"His canonization is not only a gift for the church in Brazil, but also for the Society of Jesus," said Jesuit José Célio dos Santos, a Brazilian scholastic studying at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.
Pray for Vocations
Eight men participated in the vocation discernment retreat at Jogues Retreat Center, Cornwall, NY, March 28-30, 2014. The retreat was facilitated by Fr. Marc Fusco, SJ (left) and Fr. Fred Pellegrini, SJ (not pictured).
Pope Francis asks the faithful to pray for vocations. Read more >
Chuck Frederico, SJ, discusses vocation promotion as ministry. Read more >
Rita Beuttner blogs about the role of vocation promotion to the family. Read more >
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