We work with people, organizations and ministries along the East Coast to promote Ignatian spirituality for mission. We invite you to get to know some of our ministry partners.
Jesuit Parishes -- There are 20 Jesuit parishes on the East Coast. Click here to find one near you.
Jesuit Retreat Centers -- There are five Jesuit retreat centers on the East Coast. Click here to find one near you.
Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) – AJCU is a national voluntary service organization whose mission is to serve its member institutions: the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, which are bonded together by a common heritage, vision and purpose, and engage in a number of collaborative projects. Visit their website: www.ajcunet.edu.
Center for Ignatian Spirituality, Boston College – Find out more by visting their website.
Ignatian Solidarity Network – Visit their website to find out more.
Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC) – IVC provides men and women, most age 50 or better, opportunities to serve others and to transform lives. IVC matches the talents of experienced Volunteers with the greatest social needs of our time. Visit their website to learn more: www.ivcusa.org.
Loyola Club of Washington, DC – The Loyola Club gathers Jesuit-educated alums and friends for food, fellowship and inspiration. The Loyola Club probes ways to apply Jesuit Spirituality in our everyday lives and to use it as a means to strengthen our communities. For more information, visit www.loyolaclubdc.org.
Ignatian Spirituality Partnership of Maine – The Ignatian Spirituality Partnership of Maine was established in February 2018. It is open to all interested in sharing and promoting the Ignatian spiritual vision. Members include the Jesuit Community of Maine (and its institutional works: Cheverus High School, Our Lady of Hope Parish), the Sisters of St. Joseph (St. Joseph Center, Winslow, Maine), the Sisters of the Presentation (Marie-Joseph Spiritual Center, Biddeford, Maine), the Ignatian Volunteer Corps in Maine, spiritual directors and retreat guides trained in the Ignatian tradition from the Roman Catholic, Episcopal and Protestant traditions). The Partnership offers the Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life, Ignatian retreats both “at-home” and at retreat centers and parishes, periodic public presentations, a supervision group for spiritual directors, and continuing formation for directors. For more information, contact Rev. Paul Sullivan, S.J., at email@example.com or visit IgnatianME.org.