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Reflection Sessions

“Our purpose in education is to form men and women ‘for others.’ The Society of Jesus has always sought to imbue students with values that transcend the goals of money, fame, and success. We want graduates who will be leaders concerned about society and the world in which they live. We want graduates who desire to eliminate hunger and conflict in the world. We want graduates who seek to end sexual and social discrimination and who are eager to share their faith with others. In short, we want our graduates to be leaders-in-service.” - Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., Former Superior General of the Society of Jesus 

The service of faith and the promotion of justice are important in Jesuit education and emphasize the need for everybody to be aware and committed to the common good. The interconnectedness of faith and justice brings communities together in order to help humanity.

In order to enrich your reflection process, you will be able to attend a reflection session led by graduate students that will focus on your experience at the site.

Location: Campus Ministry Conference Room, OM 219.

Reflection Session Schedule Fall 2016: TBD

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday

Friday 


OM 219


OM 219


OM 219

OM 219

OM 219

OM 219

OM 219

OM 219

OM 219

OM 219


Helpful Hints 

Not sure what is considered reflection? Take a look at the Reflection session questions.

Click on the link below to register for a session:

Reflection Sessions 2016 Dates and Times