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Wherever Needed
The Jesuits regrouped and ministered to those in need after Hurricane Katrina.
The Language of the Heart
Central American Ministries has been making a difference in Guatemala since 1995.
A Voice in the Wilderness
An Italian Jesuit transforms an ancient monastery in the Syrian desert into a space for Christian-Islamic dialogue.
Looking Forward
A look at how the Society is charting its ministries for the future.
"That Those without Sight May See"
Xavier Society for the Blind changes with the times to best serve its clients.
Grappling with a Universe
From biology and astronomy to medicine and physics, Jesuit scientists engage the world.
From the Heart
Creighton University students, staff, and faculty have been bringing health-care expertise to the Dominican Republic since 1976 through the ILAC program.
Whoever Is Least Among You
Our Little Haven is a lay-inspired and -run work in St. Louis that offers food and shelter and so much more to kids who need it.
The Faces of AIDS in Africa
The African Jesuit AIDS Network unites the international cast of Jesuits in AIDS ministries across Africa.
Café Reconcile
This New Orleans place has become an economic boon for its neighborhood and a second chance for some of the its staff.
Successes on Buckley Street
An update on a Boys Hope home in Colorado that continues to thrive.
Before and After
Fred Enman, SJ, gives an update on his Matthew 25 ministry, which rehabs old houses in Massachsets for low-income families.
City Beat
Jesuits have always found ample opportunity for ministry on the streets. An old tradition continues across the country.
Cast in Concrete
Out-of-the-ordinary builders put affordable housing on the Omaha market.
Lights! Camera! Action!
Loyola Productions in L.A. harnesses media's power to evangelize.
The Center of Chinatown
Jesuits ministering to New York's Chinese Catholics.
On Call
Jesuits have been chaplains at Chicago's Cook County Hospital, the real ER, since 1902.
Companions
Former Jesuits still feel a connection to the Society's ministries and spirituality.
Fr. McKenna's Center
A place in Washington, D.C., that the homeless call home honors founder Fr. Horace McKenna, SJ, by continuing his work.
Putting Down Roots
More and more Spanish-speaking immigrants are settling in North Carolina. Jesuits are there to minister to their needs.
They Want to Dream
Romanian street kids find a Jesuit's home.
The Mind's Eye
Xavier Society for the Blind in New York celebrates its centenary.
Everybody's Challenge
The Jesuit Refugee Service Worldwide.
One Floor Below
The Jesuit Refugee Service in Rome.
House of the Dove
The Jesuit Refugee Service in Cambodia.
Exodus
The Jesuit Refugee Service in the Balkans.
"I'm a Prison Chaplain"
The Jesuit Refugee Service in Los Angeles.
Ministry at Mac
A Jesuit campus minister at a Minnesota college.
Miracle at Cana
A Jesuit's catering company gives employment and dignity to ex-cons and others difficult to employ.
The Secret's in the Sauce
Parishioners from St. Matthew's parish in St. Louis open a BBQ restaurant across the street from the church.
Homeboy
A Jesuit ministry in East Los Angeles help former gang members get jobs.
Making Connections
Holy Name Parish in Camden and Saint Joseph's University in Philly share a special relationship.
Faith in the City
A coalition of nine downtown Miami congregations, including the Jesuits' Gesů Church.
Healing
Fr. Matt Linn, SJ, along with his brother and sister-in-law, have a ministry of spiritual healing, and reach a worldwide audience through their books and tapes.
Modern-Day Mission
The Sacred Heart Center in the Bainbridge-Blackwell neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia, offers families daycare, education, and more.
I Was Hungry...
With the help of Holy Cross students, Fr. Fred Enman's "Matthew 25" provides housing in Worcester, Mass.
Breaking Bread
Members of a weekly bible study at St Anthony's Church in Oceanside, N.Y., are part of a vibrant community.
A House on Buckley Street
The Denver Boys Hope/Girls Hope Program provides at-risk kids with a home and education.
Answers
St Ignatius Parish serves Brooklyn which was, and is, a borough of immigrants and poverty.
Mission to Publish
Loyola Press in Chicago is a publishing house with an Ignation mission and vision.
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