History, Education, and Religious Development

The mission of the Society of Jesus (The Jesuits) today, as a religious order in the Catholic Church, is the service of faith of which the promotion of justice is an essential element. It is a mission rooted in the belief that a new world community of justice, love and peace needs educated persons of competence, conscience and compassion, men and women who are ready to embrace and promote all that is fully human, who are committed to working for the freedom and dignity of all peoples, and who are willing to do so in cooperation with others equally dedicated to the reform of society and its structures.

The Goal of a Jesuit Education

If truly successful, Jesuit education results in a radical transformation of the way in which people habitually think, act, and the very way they live.

A Jesuit education seeks to transform how youth look at themselves and other human beings, at social systems and societal structures, at the global community of humankind and the whole of natural creation.

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