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Boston College School of Theology and Ministry
The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry offers graduate programs that integrate rigorous academics with spirituality, service, and social justice. The STM holistically forms and educates its students, challenging them to develop their own theological voices and to cultivate new ministry skills and perspectives. A diverse and vibrant community supports students as they engage in theology grounded in faith and informed by lived experience. As a result, STM students are well prepared to apply their education in diverse contexts, emerging as just and thoughtful leaders throughout the world.
The Loyola Foundation
Incorporated in the District of Columbia in 1957, the Loyola Foundation is a family based charitable organization primarily dedicated to supporting overseas Catholic mission activities.
The founder, Albert G. McCarthy, Jr. is said to have once casually responded to a compliment in recognition of his business success, by saying: “I just sit around and dream.” One of these dreams was to give back a portion of the blessings God had bestowed on him, as well as provide future generations of his family the opportunity to become educated and responsible Catholic philanthropists.
Over the years the Board of Trustees of the Foundation has been comprised of the founder’s descendants, distinguished clergy, prominent business leaders, and noted attorneys. Today the Loyola Foundation has welcomed the fourth generation of McCarthy family members into its ranks. To date, The Loyola Foundation has awarded more than $50 million in small grants benefiting some 6,000 projects around the world.
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Jesuit Conference – Office of Justice and Ecology
Our mission is to advocate on issues of social concern before government and corporate institutions and to enhance the capacity of Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Canada and the United States to engage in action for social justice.
Catholic Theological Union
CTU offers a diverse community of voices and perspectives to prepare and form ministers for the future church, now. Students can focus their degree in areas such as Hispanic ministry, Spirituality, Black Catholic ministry, Bible, Intercultural ministry, and more. CTU provides full-tuition scholarships and dedicated formation to students — both in Chicago or online — who are committed to a consistent ethic of life, reconciliation and peacemaking, and inter-religious dialogue. Opportunities include the Pathways program for young lay leaders, the Bernardin scholarship, the Romero program for Hispanic Catholics, and the Tolton program for Black Catholics.
Degree offerings include:
-Master of Divinity
-Master of Arts in Theology
-Master of Arts in Ministry
-Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies
-Doctor of Ministry
McGrath Institute for Jesuit Catholic Education at the University of San Francisco
The McGrath Institute for Jesuit Catholic Education supports Catholic schools around the world to ensure the history and promise of Jesuit Catholic education endures and grows.The Institute works collaboratively with a broad range of programs in the USF school of education, particularly the Masters, Doctorate and Certificate programs in Catholic Education Leadership, to prepare Catholic-school leaders, to increase public awareness of Catholic schools’ impact on communities, to conduct and disseminate research in Catholic education, to strengthen Catholic Schools commitment to a faith that does justice, and to explore and develop innovative ways to support transformative Catholic education.
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Ignatius House Jesuit Community
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