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Profiles Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

Profiles of Jesuit Faculty & Staff

God Bless America Oath Speech excerpt Hundreds of dazzled citizens gaze up at the large white dome, straining to see the historic event take place. The inauguration of a new president serves as a landmark event: the leader of the free world is being inaugurated in front of our entire nation, the peaceful exchange of power occurring before the people. Many of us...
The Jesuits are an integral part of life here at the 28 acres, and it's safe to say we would not be the same without them. One important part of any life, however, is the home, and now the Jesuits have a new home of their own. Two, to be exact.     The houses are located on the intersection of Planter's Glen and...
He was a man whom God blessed with a great intellect, a dry sense of humor, and a generous spirit. All the communities that Father Raymond Fitzgerald, S.J., touched during his life will miss him dearly. After battling ALS for two years, Fr. Fitzgerald passed on September 17, 2016, at the age of 58. Having been a Jesuit for 36 years,...
A man sits down at his desk at 7:30 in the morning and proceeds to open up his laptop, revealing some familiar faces as he scrolls through a website containing random intentions, pictures, and names. He slowly closes his eyes, begins with, “Today, we pray for each and every one of our students, especially for the needs and intentions...
What's the one thing that separates Jesuit from other schools? Is it the iconic wings on Thursdays? Ranger Day? Freshman Khakis? Those are good guesses, but many people would agree that it is service, and this is because it plays a vital part in a student's time at the school. Not only are they encouraged to help the community...
With not a moment left to 'spare' before the start of the 2016-2017 bowling season, Mr. Ken Howell stepped up to take the position as head bowling coach. Since the past head coach Mrs. Mattachione moved to Regis Jesuit, there was an opening for the position, which Mr. Howell eagerly jumped at. According to Mr. Howell, it's been about 5...
The Mass of the Holy Spirit inaugurates each school year, and it is a deep-rooted Jesuit tradition going back hundreds of years. It marks the beginning of a 2016-2017 that will bring both exciting changes and familiar patterns for the entire Jesuit community, a community that has recently gained a few new members. Jesuit Dallas' tradition is to welcome its new teachers at the...
Although there are many strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries, there is one berry that presides among all of them; Ian Berry! Mr. Ian Berry ’07 was born at Presbyterian Hospital and grew up in the Lake Highlands area. Until sixth grade he attended The Highlander School, a small school off Plano road. After graduating, he moved on to another small school called The...

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