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Cusco, Peru Snow-capped peaks of the sacred valley pierce a strikingly blue sky. Jolting along in two weathered, foreign pickups, thirteen American passengers restlessly fidget, smothered in colorful plastic bags of donations for the young children of the village of Sullomayo. Their slight physical discomfort, nearly sacrilegious in the presence of such shockingly beautiful mountain terrain, shrinks as the rising...
“Teach us to give and not to count the cost.” — St. Ignatius of Loyola   Aptly displayed on the Jesuit Auction homepage, this revealing excerpt from Ignatius’ prayer demonstrates the larger goal for the annual Jesuit Auction: generosity. Jesuit Dallas strives to make admission available to all qualified applicants, regardless of availability to pay, and this auction goes a long way...
Every 3 minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with some form of blood cancer, such as leukemia. For many patients, a bone marrow or cord blood transplant may be their only hope for a cure. However, over 70% of the patients needing a transplant do not have a fully matched donor in their immediate family. These patients...
"Ay, ¿qué ónda? (Hey, what's up?)"  A group of excited students in red t-shirts burst through the terminal doors and flocked to their new families.  New friendships were beginning and old friendships were strengthening as the Mexican students were welcomed into the Jesuit Dallas community. For three weeks this April, eleven students from the Jesuit school, Instituto de las Ciencias...
Fifty pound medicine bags, nine students, six doctors, three days, two teachers, and one mission. Jesuit students were playing Uno on the filthy airport floor in Guatemala City, excitedly sharing their spring break plans and interest in medicine. Advised not to pet the wild dogs, they rushed into dented vans, roused by the deafening roars of motorbikes and the...
  An alumni of Jesuit, Mr. Ornelas is a very prominent member in our Jesuit society. Not only as a sophomore counselor, but also as a leader in the arrival of Jesuit's up and coming cultural committee for both parents and students.  Mr. Ornelas is also the current Director of Diversity. So, I was able to sit down with him and...
Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in mid-September, killing 55 and dealing massive damage to the country's infrastructure. Among the damaged buildings was Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola, a fellow Jesuit high school in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Besides damaging the campus, the storm took the homes and livelihoods of students and their families. Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola is a...
In the summer, the average person goes on vacation to an exotic place or goes to visit family in another state. But, have you ever considered going on an immersion trip in the summer to serve others? The Jesuit Community Service Office has many trips they are offering this summer to students of all grade levels, which they encourage...

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