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In 1989, six Jesuits and two laywomen working at the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) in El Salvador were brutally murdered as a result of the work of the Jesuits at the University. They had written, talked, researched and taught about the necessary connections between Catholic faith and social justice -- not simply in theory but in the lived experience of the Salvadoran people. Since 1989, the UCA and its continuing work has been a place of inspiration and even pilgrimage for men and women involved in Jesuit education across the globe. The University of Scranton carries on that tradition through a yearly educational pilgrimage for faculty and staff sponsored by the Jesuit Center.
211B St. Thomas Hall
- 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
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