About Joseph Carver, S.J.
Fr. Joseph Carver, SJ completed an STL in Ecology and Ignatian Spirituality at the Jesuit School of Theology at Santa Clara. Born and raised on a farm in rural New York, his interest in our relationship with creation has deep roots. Inspired, by both the poetry of Jane Kenyon, Mary Oliver as well as the writings of Teilhard de Chardin, Carver regards Ignatian Spirituality as a path into the breadth and depth of instruction unfolding in creation. Carver, SJ sees the Incarnate Christ, as not only the spiritual but also the physical center of the universe. He is currently the pastor of St. Francis Xavier in Missoula, MT and recently returned from presenting on this topic in Manresa, Spain at an Association of Jesuit Schools gathering.
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