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Loyola Montreal will begin accepting female students in 2023 (photo courtesy of Loyola Montreal)
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Sarah Vincent
“To open the doors to a Jesuit Catholic school for as many students as we can in the Montreal area is really important to us.”
Norberto Hernandez, Braylon Howard, Christian Mendoza and Adan Clemente, students at Verbum Dei High School in Los Angeles (photo courtesy Verbum Dei High School).
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
J.D. Long-García
Students at Verbum Dei spend four days a week in school and one day a week in a corporate work-study program.
Timothy L. Porter, who in 1964 became the second African American to graduate from Loyola Blakefield, is picture with his family at the schools “Black, Blue and Gold” exhibit, which commemorates Black alumni (photo: Donovan Eaton).
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
J.D. Long-García
Kenneth Montague became the first African-American student at Loyola in 1956. He “opened the door for others to follow.”
Third graders enjoy an outdoor physical education class at Tomsk Catholic School in Siberia. The school educates students from kindergarten through 11th grade (photo: Janez Sever, S.J.).
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Thomas M. Simisky
My new motto has become, “Preach the Exercises always; when necessary, use words.”
Joseph Ross is an English teacher at Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C. (photo: Gonzaga High School).
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Ciaran Freeman
Joseph Ross, an English teacher at Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C., says poetry requires us to look deeply at the world around us.
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
John W. Donohue
As a young teacher at Canisius High School in Buffalo, N.Y., John W. Donohue, S.J., worked with Thomas J. Jones, the senior member of the lay faculty: “From him I was to learn more about the practice of teaching than from any book or course in education.”