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    First Jesuit Community College to Open

    Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago is scheduled to open in August, 2015, as the world’s first Jesuit community college. According to a story...
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    Advice for Teachers

    While we know that not all readers of this blog are teachers, we do recognize the celebration of Catholic Schools Week. This teacher shares...
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    Prayers for Teachers

    With the new school year starting, we thank all teachers for their work on behalf of students of all ages. Today we highlight three...
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    The Measure of Our Schools

    Chris Lowney wonders about “The Real Measure of Our Schools” in an article for the Jesuit Networking blog. He asks: “Who are our students...

    International Seminar on Ignatian Pedagogy and Spirituality

    This November, an “International Seminar on Ignatian Pedagogy and Spirituality” (SIPEI) will be held in Manresa, Spain. The goal is to strengthen the dialogue...
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    Learning to Teach at a Jesuit University

    This is Catholic Schools Week, so it’s an appropriate time to consider how Ignatian charisms are important in the development of future teachers in...
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    Spiritual Leadership

    America Magazine has published an address of the Superior General of the Jesuits, Very Rev. Adolfo Nicolás, SJ, who recently met in Chicago with...

    Back to School

    This is "move in" week at most residential colleges, when undergraduates move into their dorms and apartments.  Classes begin next week if they're not...

    Viva Cristo Rey

    A recent article in the Los Angeles Times draws attention to the Cristo Rey network of high schools. There are 25 Cristo Rey schools in...

    Studying Intellectual Humility

    The John Templeton Foundation has awarded a $3 million grant to Saint Louis University to study intellectual humility. This sounds right for the philosophy...

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