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[9 Sep 2013 | 15 Comments | ]
6 Questions with Mr. Daniel Spotswood, SJ

Mr. Daniel Spotswood SJ reflects on theology in Latin America

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[31 Jul 2013 | One Comment | ]
6 Questions with Mr. Matt Holland, SJ

Mr. Matt Holland reflects on being an Oregon Jesuit studying theology in Latin America

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[27 Jun 2013 | Comments Off on 6 Questions by Mr. Alex Llanera, SJ | ]
6 Questions by Mr. Alex Llanera, SJ

 
1) Where are you currently missioned and how’s it going?
I am currently missioned to Saint Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco, CA, for my regency assignment. As preparation for beginning this work in the fall, I am teaching Algebra 1 in their summer school program. Teaching is an awesome endeavor. Interacting with students gives me the opportunity to share the Jesuit charism in the classroom. Something I deeply appreciated when I was in high school.
 
2) When was the first time you thought about being a Jesuit? 
When I was at Jesuit …

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[20 May 2013 | 13 Comments | ]
6 Questions by Mr. Sam Conedera, SJ

1) Where are you currently missioned and how’s it going?
I am currently missioned to Santa Clara University, where I teach in the History Department and carry out a variety of other ministries in the local community. I love what I’m doing. After I complete this assignment in June 2014, I will advance to theology to prepare for ordination.
2) When was the first time you thought about being a Jesuit?
I experienced a calling to the priesthood when I was 16, but I didn’t meet the Jesuits until I was a college …

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[22 Apr 2013 | Comments Off on 6 Questions with Chris Boitano, nSJ | ]
6 Questions with Chris Boitano, nSJ

1. Where are you currently missioned and how’s it going?
I am currently first year novice in El Paso Texas for what is called a poverty experiment. It is exciting to be away from the novitiate and in an apostolic community. I have the privilege of living with Jesuits serving at the margins both spiritually and physically. I’ve cleaned the desert dust out of classrooms in Sacred Heart’s pastoral center, been to mass at a federal detention center, visited people in their homes and a prison in Juarez Mexico with volunteers from …