Ms. Brabec currently teaches Theology 2B and is the Director of Christian Service. She was born and raised near Chicago, but has called California home since 2008. In her free time, Ms. Brabec enjoys running, hiking, reading, photography, and experimenting with new foods in the kitchen.
Mr. Justin Campbell received a Master of Arts degree in Theology from St. John’s University, Collegeville, and an undergraduate degree in History and Philosophy from Salisbury University in his home state of Maryland. Currently, Mr. Campbell teaches Sophomore Christian Morality, Junior Christian Testament and Social Justice Courses. In addition to teaching, Mr. Campbell facilitates a Christian Life Community, is a moderator for Jesuit’s Mock Trial team, and enjoys his involvement in Campus Ministry as a retreat leader.
Mrs. Charlene Cardenas received an undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University in 1973 and a Master’s degree in Religious Education from the University of St.Thomas in Houston, Texas in 1976. Before coming to Jesuit in 2002 she taught theology in high schools in Texas and Southern California. She also served as Director of Religious Education at St.Lawrence Parish in North Highlands and received the Sacramento Diocese Catechetical Leader of the year award in 1999. Mrs. Cardenas serves as chair of the Theology Department.
Michael Cheney has been involved in Ignatian education since 1984. He has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Spanish from St. Louis University, and a Masters in Religious Studies from Mt. St. Mary’s College. He teaches sophomore Christian Morality and senior Ethics.
- Master of Theological Studies, University of Notre Dame, 2003
- Bachelor of Arts, History and Religious Studies, St. Mary’s College of California, 2001
- Liturgy Planning Club
First year working at Jesuit: 2012
Originally from Flagstaff, Arizona, Mr. Jeremiah Loverich studied Chemical Engineering. He served as a volunteer sixth grade teacher in Los Angeles through Americorps, before teaching high school chemistry and math for several years. As a Dominican seminarian, he studied philosophy and theology at the GTU in Berkeley, engaged in a wide variety of ministry (campus ministry, faith formation, catechetical training, and prison chaplaincy), and did missionary work in Mexico. His master’s degree in theology specialized in religion and the arts.
- Undergraduate degree in English from Saint Mary’s College
- Master’s degree in Theology from the University of San Francisco
- Master’s degree and teaching credential from the University of Phoenix
- Philosophy club,
- Sacramento King’s club
- Co-moderator of Student’s for Life