In his welcome letter to us, Mr. Baber drew from the wisdom of Jesuit Superior General Fr. Arturo Sosa, who acknowledged, “Life and mission are inseparable. On the one hand, we know that we are a fragile body. […] On the other, we live as pilgrims, always seeking to draw profit from the tensions that arise from our mission as it is carried out in complex and ever-changing contexts.”
“The Pilgrim”(the term St. Ignatius used to refer to himself in his Autobiography) would certainly assert that tensions are opportunities to discern creative ways to respond to the demands of our mission. Mining the treasures of our Catholic, Jesuit Traditions, the Office of Ignatian Identity offers several educational, spiritual and service opportunities to support on-going formation for our adult community, contributing to the formation of persons dedicated to excellence in mission.
All adult members of our administration, faculty and staff are welcome to attend any or all of the opportunities below. Some have limited availability, so a link for registration is provided.