Ignatian Spirituality of Teaching Seminar
This weeklong, faith-based seminar is offered every August and engages professors seeking a deeper understanding of the relationship between their own faith and the spirituality of teaching as it is understood in the Jesuit tradition. It draws on the images, themes and presuppositions of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius as a way of fostering conversation about what difference it makes that one is a professor at a Jesuit university.
- Scranton Book Club / Royal Readers
- Jesuit Center Film Guide
An Ignatian retreat for a time of isolation.
- Faith Sharing
- Jesuit and Papal Documents
First Year Faculty Ignatian Workshop
- Ignatius and The Society of Jesus
- Jesuit Education
Ignatian Pedagogy and Social Justice
- Dean Brackley Higher Standards
- Do Catholic Universities Still Have a Value Proposition?
- Finding God in All Things- Michael Himes
- Hellwig from Ignatian Reader
- Three Crucial Topics in Jesuit Higher Education
- Can Jesuit Institutions Afford Formation For Mission?
- Without a Vision, the people Perish - Lessons from Wheeling
- Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
- The University of Scranton
211 St. Thomas
Scranton, PA 18510-4699