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.
Parents: For the most up-to-date Ignatian Service Calendar, please login to myUofDJesuit.
Students, alumni, and interested adults are invited to join us one Saturday a month as we pack food boxes for senior citizens at the Focus:Hope Warehouse and then deliver the boxes to 60 seniors at Warren Apartments.
We meet at 8am in the school's Atrium. The bus leaves at 8:45 am. We should return to U of D Jesuit by noon. All students are required to complete the 2018-19 permission form, which is good for the entire school year. Click here for the 2018-19 Permission Form.
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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.
We set aside Nov. 11 of each year to reflect on the military service that brave men and women have given to our country. This is a day to remember and honor the sacrifice those Americans have given, some being the ultimate sacrifice.
The Most Reverend Allen Vigneron, Archbishop of Detroit, joined us today to celebrate the Mass of the North American Martyrs.
Students from University of Detroit Jesuit High School came to Mackinac Island for a week in mid-July on an 'immersion' trip as part of a ministry program with Ste. Anne Catholic Church, volunteering with carriage drivers, hotel employees, and street sweepers to experience a typical workday on the Island.
After nine days learning and experiencing the current situation in El Salvador, the Cubs have safely returned home from the trip.