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"It is more blessed to give than to receive" -Acts 20:35 Whether or not this phrase rings true, giving is always a great way to feel better about yourself. It's a way we, as people, can connect with each other, transforming monetary gifts and physical things into a more personal and emotional experience. These experiences are what North Texas Giving...
Ten nervous Jesuit boys arrive at Dallas-Fort Worth International airport at 5 A.M. on a Thursday morning. If you looked past the bags under our eyes, you would see a mixture of nervousness and excitement for the trip that was before us. Questions raced through all of our minds: What will my host family be like? What would my host...
Every year since 1993, Jesuit Community Service designates the Meals on Wheels program as a senior community service site. In the program, sixteen seniors deliver food to people in need across the metroplex. In the quest to serve all in need, seniors drive their coolers of food to impoverished homes in all corners of the Dallas area. Jesuit’s commitment to...
13 deaths. Over 60,000 homes damaged. Over $9 billion dollars in damage. 136,000 workers now currently unemployed. Families uprooted. Friends separated. Lives changed. These are just some of the consequences of the flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that took place 2 weeks ago. On August 12th, Baton Rouge received a torrential downpour of rain, reaching rates of 2-3 inches per...
Jesuit’s profile of The Graduate at Graduation highlights six important traits that all students ought to espouse in their four years: a Jesuit grad should be open to growth, physically fit, intellectually competent, religious, loving, and committed to social justice. Our school sets itself apart from both secular and other Catholic schools by placing a heavy emphasis on social...
...Teach me to serve you as you deserve, to give and not to count the cost, ...to labor and not to seek reward, except that of knowing that I do your will. St.Ignatius wrote these words in his famous Prayer for Generosity because he believed that his Society of Jesus and all good men should serve their community. All Jesuit students, parents, and...
The start of the new year always calls for new service opportunities. This January, students partook in various volunteer opportunities, and I asked Mr. Riemer, head of the Service Department, some questions about these events. 1.) What volunteer activities took place in January? "We have numerous regular opportunities that we resumed after returning from the Christmas break, most notably Manna for...
HIV/AIDS is a global epidemic that stretches across nations everywhere. Over 1 million people in the United States alone live with HIV, with approximately 50,000 people diagnosed every year, and over 30,000 of these people living with HIV are diagnosed with the AIDS virus. Many organizations have been formed in order to support the endemic. These organizations raise money...

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Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an excellent, Catholic education in the classical Jesuit tradition with the purpose of forming a community of men with high moral principles and service to others.

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