After nine days learning and experiencing the current situation in El Salvador, the Cubs have safely returned home from the trip.
The goal of the Ignatian Service Office is to provide opportunities for our students to become "Men for Others". St. Ignatius believed that students of Jesuit education must be formed not only intellectually, but also spiritually and culturally. Service is the "school of the heart" that allows our students to move beyond themselves and work for God's greater glory on earth.
Ignatian Service Corps
The Ignatian Service Corps meets Thursday mornings at 7:25 in the Curley Lobby - ALL students are invited! Click the link above for more information on the ISC.
As a graduation requirement, all seniors participate in senior service on Wednesday mornings. This program gives the student the opportunity to have a long-term relationship with a service site. Click on the link above to learn more about Senior Service.
U of D Jesuit students, staff, and alumni not only serve in metro-Detroit, but also throughout the United States and internationally. Click the link to see how our students put "love into action" through their participation in various immersion experiences.
U of D Jesuit once again partnered with Rostro de Cristo to send a group of students to Ecuador over the summer.
Xavier Weintraub '18 and Malcolm Jones '18 recapped their first two days of UDJ's immersion trip to El Salvador.
Seth Atisha '17 and Nathan Espiritu '17 recapped their first two days of UDJ's immersion trip to El Salvador.
Twenty-four members of the class of 2018 will be inducted into the St. Peter Canisius, S.J., Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS).