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Fordham Prep students collect donations for the Great Ignatian Challenge in 2019. The annual holiday food drive, which now takes place at 15 Jesuit schools, also raises money for financial assistance programs at thge participating schools. (Christopher Lauber/Fordham Prep)
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Maurice Timothy Reidy
Jim Rowen discusses the genesis of the Great Ignatian Challenge, a yearly competition among Jesuit high schools to see which institution can bring in the most donations for local charities.
Nativity Mission Center, pictured here in the 1970s, was founded by the Jesuits in 1971 on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The center is now part of a coalition of 49 schools across the United States that follow its model for educating underserved children. (Photo courtesy NativityMiguel Coalition.)
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J.D. Long-García
Mr. Pérez is now the executive director of the NativityMiguel Coalition, a national network of faith-based schools that follow the Nativity model for helping children prepare for rigorous high school curricula.
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Erika Rasmussen
A graduate of Regis Jesuit High School in Denver interviews her former theology teacher on her experiences in and out of the classroom.
The author teaching at Fairfield Preparatory School (photo courtesey Fairfield Prep)
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Brendan Coffey
A Jesuit education invites students to love themselves and the world anew.
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James T. Keane
A graduate of a Jesuit high school in conversation with his English teacher from three decades ago on Ignatian and Jesuit education.
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Christopher J. Devron, S.J.
And what does Catholic Social Teaching have to say?