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For many of us, the last year was a grueling challenge. With 2020 officially over, we have the opportunity to reflect — to find God’s presence in our lives and to carry these lessons into 2021. In the spirit of an Ignatian Examen, we look back at some of 2020’s major moments from a Jesuit perspective.
With great joy and gratitude, the Jesuits welcomed this summer thirteen new novices who entered the Society of Jesus; five in Canada and eight in Haiti. The novices have just completed their first period of probation. We thank God for the great blessing of their vocation to the Society.
August 31, 2020 — Yesterday, Jesuits West Province officially welcomed six new novices during the Mass of Investiture at the Jesuit Novitiate of the Three Companions in Culver City, California.
August 11, 2020 — “This year has been unlike any other in recent memory or that we could have imagined.
Nick graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and a master’s degree from CSU, Long Beach.
Collin grew up in Pasco, WA where he attended Tri-Cities Prep Catholic high school.
Alex earned a bachelor’s in biomedical engineering from the University of California, Irvine and a master’s in physician assistant (PA) practice from the University of Southern California.
Travis earned a bachelor’s in history/social studies from Western Washington University, and most recently worked as a licensed practical nurse in Buckley, Washington.