Reflections from our Jesuits

Jesuit Magazine Fall 21/22

Celebrating the Year of St. Ignatius of Loyola

By Christopher G. Kerr, Ignatian Solidarity Network

Life definitely throws all of us some curveballs, as they say. But this year, we commemorate 500 years since life threw St. Ignatius of Loyola a cannonball.


About the Ignatian Year 2021-2022
And resources to enhance your faith-walk

Watch this general presentation of the Ignatian Year

Its historical basis in the life of Ignatius of Loyola, the testimonies of people whom Ignatius inspires today and the opportunities this year offers to “see all things new in Christ”, with the participation of Fr. Arturo Sosa, Superior General of the Society of Jesus.

For resources to enhance your faith-walk, go to:


One Year Later
March 2021

From Rev. John P. McGarry, S.J.
Jesuit High School President

In this second half of the Lenten season, let’s pray with Pope Francis, who spoke these words just a few days ago:

“At all times, let us offer thanks to God for his gracious gifts and ask him to grant his peace, forgiveness and fraternity to this land and its people. Let us pray tirelessly for the conversion of hearts and for the triumph of a culture of life, reconciliation and love between all men and women, with respect for differences and diverse religious traditions, in the effort to build a future of unity and cooperation between all people of good will.”


Reflections while away
Inspiration and comfort during our campus closure - March 2020

From Rev. John P. McGarry, S.J.
Jesuit High School President

Let us remember to pray for one another and our families, especially for our students and their families, and for country and the world.

All of our Jesuit Sacramento community is especially in my mind and heart.

I hope you find some comfort in a few of my morning reflections below.

  -Fr. McGarry