Five Characteristics of a Jesuit Education
Commitment to excellence: Applying well-learned lessons and skills to achieve new ideas, better solutions and vital answers
Faith in God and the religious experience: Promoting well-formed and strongly held beliefs in one’s faith tradition to deepen others’ relationships with God
Service that promotes justice: Using learning and leadership in openhanded and generous ways to ensure freedom of inquiry, the pursuit of truth and care for others
Values-based leadership: Ensuring a consistent focus on personal integrity, ethical behavior in business and in all professions, and the appropriate balance between justice and fairness
Global awareness: Demonstrating an understanding that the world’s people and societies are interrelated and interdependent
1) Becoming a person for others is a core Jesuit value. What does this Jesuit ideal mean to you?