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FaithFaith in Focus
Molly Cahill
On the surface, the message of the Jesuit maxim “men for others” is simple, but its history and evolution only add to its layered and meaningful message.
Special needs student Peter Marvin, a freshman, completes an assignment with the assistance of Landon Lewis, a senior and one of his peer mentors, at DeSmet Jesuit High School in St. Louis on Sept. 6, 2023
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Tom Tracy
At De Smet, students with disabilities attend four classes with their peers, including physical education/health, theology, art and music.
Rachel Lu
From a Catholic perspective, it is fair to say that Archbishop John Ireland put Minnesota on the map. But he failed in his most cherished project: a new model for Catholic education.
A group of students of different races wearing scrubs and white jackets and taking notes while sitting at classroom desks
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Stephen P. Lucke
The Supreme Court has limited the consideration of race in admissions, but Catholic schools may still pursue diversity by selecting students likely to advance social justice after they graduate.
James T. Keane
Men's college basketball's finest squad did not come from one of the N.C.A.A. powerhouses of the past three decades, but from the University of San Francisco, where Bill Russell led the team to consecutive national championships in 1955 and 1956.
FaithYour Take
Our readers
Three Jesuit university leaders reflect on Cardinal Blase J. Cupich's piece exploring how Jesuit universities can hold true to their mission.