These resources will help you learn more about the Society of Jesus and some of their ministries.
America magazine: A weekly Jesuit publication.
Apostleship of Prayer: A website dedicated to encouraging Christians to pray daily.
Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities: The national organization that serves the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.
- Boston College
- Canisius College
- College of the Holy Cross
- Creighton University
- Fairfield University
- Fordham University
- Georgetown University
- Gonzaga University
- John Carroll University
- Le Moyne College
- Loyola College in Maryland
- Loyola Marymount University
- Loyola University Chicago
- Loyola University New Orleans
- Marquette University
- Regis University
- Rockhurst University
- Saint Joseph's University
- Saint Louis University
- Saint Peter's College
- Santa Clara University
- Seattle University
- Spring Hill College
- University of Detroit Mercy
- University of San Francisco
- University of Scranton
- Wheeling Jesuit University
- Xavier University
The Autobiography of St. Ignatius Loyola: The full translated content available for download.
Cristo Rey Network: The national network of 24 high schools that provide Catholic college preparatory education to students who live in urban communities with limited access to educational options.
Do you Speak Ignatian?: A glossary of terms used in Ignatian and Jesuit circles.
Ignatian Social Ministries Database (Iggy): A searchable database of Jesuit and Ignatian-inspired social ministries in the United States, including direct service ministries; university social research institutes; social outreach programs at Jesuit parishes, schools and provinces; and more.
Jesuit Curia in Rome: The house of the Superior General for Jesuits across the world.
Jesuits National Conference: The Jesuit Conference of the United States.
Jesuit Provinces and Assistancies: An interactive map with links to all the Jesuit Provinces and Assistancies throughout the world.
Jesuit Refugee Services: An international Catholic organization with a mission is to accompany, serve, and defend the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people.
Jesuit Secondary Education Association: A national organization that helps member high schools sustain their Ignatian vision and Jesuit mission.
Jesuit Vocation: The Jesuit Conference's page on the process of Jesuit Vocation Discernment.
Loyola Press: A Jesuit ministry that publishes resources that support faith formation, education, catechesis, spiritual growth, Catholic life, and Ignatian spirituality.
Loyola Productions: is a creative media company that is built on the Jesuit tradition of effective involvement through communications.
Nativity Miguel Schools: A national network of 64 schools that provides faith-based education to students of low-income families. The Jesuits are one of 29 sponsoring orders involved in the program.
Pictorical Biography of Ignatius:The Life of St. Ignatius of Loyola with sketches made by Peter Paul Rubens.
Real Deal Nation: A website dedicated to helping make faith and Ignatian spirituality relevant for young adults.
Selected Writings of St. Ignatius: Translations of letters, with summaries, of letters St. Ignatius wrote on a variety of spiritual topics.
Social Justice Secretariat: Part of the Jesuit Curia in Rome, this office supports Jesuits and partners in their work for justice and peace worldwide.
The Spiritual Exercises: St. Ignatius recorded his spiritual experiences during a year of prayer in Manresa, Spain, from 1522 to 1523. The Spiritual Exercises he developed are a series of meditations, prayers, and contemplative practices that forms the basis of Ignatian spirituality.