Ignatian Vision

Inspired by St. Ignatius Loyola, Ignatian Spirituality affirms the world and all-creation through the gift of God's grace and love. Ignatian spirituality finds God in all things, persons, places, and events. Our way of proceeding, therefore, is to praise and reverence and serve our God by loving and serving our neighbor. We seek to be men and women for others. All of our activities are directed toward the greater glory of God. Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam!
Faith and justice are intrinsically tied to one another. Faith without justice is blind. Justice without faith is merely volunteerism. Christ calls us to be more than humanitarians, but to become prophets of the Reign of God.
The aim of the Department of Campus Ministry is to develop Christian competence, conscience, and compassion within the Walsh Jesuit student body through dynamic retreats, social justice, Christian service & immersion experiences, prayer & sacramental life, and spirituality. Inspired by Jesus Christ in the tradition of Ignatius Loyola, we strive to be men and women for and with others.

Walsh Jesuit is much more than a high school; we are a community who seeks to transform our students into men and women for others. Walsh Jesuit dedicates itself to preparing young men and women for lives of faith, love, service and leadership in the Jesuit tradition of Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, "For the Greater Glory of God" (A.M.D.G).  As one of more than 60 Jesuit schools in the United States, Walsh Jesuit High School shares the characteristics of a Jesuit education that bind each of these schools with a common vision and goal.

One of the main components of Jesuit education is the concept of cura personalis, a Latin term meaning care of the entire person; body, mind and spirit. Dynamic retreats, social justice activities, immersion experiences, prayer, sacramental life and spirituality are all integral in the formation of a Walsh Jesuit student.

School Liturgies Semester I 2019 - 2020

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Department Faculty

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