alumni spirituality

As members of the Marquette community we are called to live a life of excellence, faith, leadership, and service. The teachings of St. Ignatius and the guiding principal of finding God in all things unite us all to that common goal. The path we choose to fulfill this call is different for each of us. The result, however, is the same: a pursuit of the greater glory of God and the common benefit of the human community.

The Alumni Association invites you use this page as you delve deeper into your calling. It is offered as support as we all work to deepen our faith.

Recommended Spiritual Resources:
Marquette’s official online resource for prayer invites students, staff, alumni and friends to unite in prayerful communion as part of our worldwide Jesuit community.

Marquette University’s Jesuit Community
Includes links to the Office of Mission and Identity, Campus Ministry, the Manresa Project and the Faber Center as well as a history of the Marquette Jesuit Community and other resources.

Ignatian Spirituality
This website by Loyola Press offers resources for Ignatian prayer, retreats, spiritual direction and more.

Think Jesuit
The Jesuit vocations website for three Provinces of the Society of Jesus in the Midwest.

The Society of Jesus in the U.S.
Includes Jesuit parishes, schools and retreat centers

St. Joan of Arc Chapel
Learn about the chapel’s history, view photos and find visitor information.

From the Marquette University Alumni Association National Board of Directors:

Pedro Arrupe Award

Other Helpful Links:

Church of the Gesu Parish, Milwaukee, Wis.
Apostleship of Prayer
Jesuit Retreat House, Oshkosh, Wis.
Bellarmine Retreat House, Barrington, Ill.
Company Magazine
Sacred Space Daily Prayer


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