Lunch with the Jesuits

Tuesday, April 30, 12:30-1:30PM

Who are the Jesuits? What is unique about a Jesuit education?

Join us for lunch as Fr. Pat O'Leary and Lorenzo Herman, S.J. talk about how Jesuit spirituality creates a unique educational experience at Seattle University.


This event is for any new, graduating, and current transfers interested in learning more about the Jesuit tradition, meet other transfers, and connect with campus resources!

Lunch with the Jesuits

Tuesday, April 30th 2013 at 12:30-1:30pm

Administration Building Room 322

No rsvp required to attend, however, to guarantee lunch, please RSVP by sending name and major to ctsl@seattleu.edu no later than noon on Friday, April 26th.

The Jesuit Tradition

St. Ignatius of Loyola founded the Society of Jesus—the Jesuits, as they are commonly called—more than 450 years ago. Seattle University is one of 28 Jesuit universities in the United States and more than 100 around the world.


The Jesuits are well-known and respected as educators. A Jesuit education challenges students to think clearly, think for themselves, and test commonly accepted knowledge. Academic curiosity becomes a lifelong habit.


However, Jesuit education means more than acquiring knowledge. The Jesuits believe what you do with that knowledge is just as important. At Seattle University, students are encouraged to grow personally and spiritually, testing their values, developing a sense of responsibility for themselves and their community, and learning about making ethical choices in their lives. They learn to balance self-reliance with interdependence, knowledge with spirituality, and mind with heart.


Source: http://www.seattleu.edu/jesuit_tradition/