Ignatian spirituality emphasizes active participation in God’s work in the world. These are some of the organizations inspired by this Ignatian mission.
A U.S. Ignatian organization is not listed as a Jesuit work in the Catalog of the Provinces of the Society of Jesus in the United States of America, but which by its self-definition aligns itself with one or more core aspects of Ignatian spirituality.
Communities of lay men and women who serve in schools, universities, health care, social service programs, parishes, and a variety of business and other settings.
Programs of support and information-sharing among groups involved in social justice and advocacy efforts.
Volunteer opportunities for men and women aged 50 and older.
Programs and outreach to Los Angeles youth seeking to escape gang violence.
An international association of Christians organized in small groups to support each other spiritually and minister to the poor and needy.
Information about the many Christian Life Communities in the United States.
Programs for young adults in the Chicago area.
An ecumenical outreach ministry seeking to serve the spiritual needs of the people of the Pacific Northwest.
Schools providing a college prep program to economically challenged and minority young people.
Publishes material on the Jesuits, their history, their traditions, their present activities, and their future opportunities.
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