This final incorporation into Jesuit life occurs after participation in a program of final testing that has been called Tertianship, since it represents a third time of probation following the original scrutiny of one’s application to the Society of Jesus and the two-year novitiate experience.
In the past year, our world has changed dramatically and with it, our call to walk in solidarity with those in need has increased.
Strife in Central America led Peter Gyves, SJ, MD to shift his focus from being a physician-scientist to helping others in their struggle for justice and, ultimately, founding A Faith That Does Justice, a Boston-based nonprofit that raises consciousness about social issues affecting the most vulnerable people. Here is his story.
How might the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola help us to foster justice in our world today?
A Faith That Does Justice is growing! We are excited to introduce you to five volunteers who have recently begun working with our English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program.
The panelists talked about the stark realities of systemic racism in our health care system, how it evolved, and what can be done about it.