A panel discussion
in honor of the Jesuit jubilee year
Wednesday, April 5, 2006, 7:00 PM
Jonathan Stott, nSJ, who is teaching Physics this semester at Holy Cross, will speak about being a novice and discerning a vocation as a brother.
Charlie Gallagher, SJ, who teaches history at the College, will address his experience as a scholastic, i.e. a Jesuit who has taken first vows but is still preparing for ordination.
Jim Miracky, SJ, Acting Chair of the English department, will speak about his ministry as a priest and his preparation for final vows, which he takes at the end of April.
Fr. Jim Corkery, SJ, International Visiting Jesuit Fellow from Ireland, will talk about his experience as a "professed father," and how his notion of what it means to be a Jesuit has grown over the years.
John Wronski, SJ, '88, will discuss the process one engages in when discerning a vocation.
Co-sponsored by the Jesuit Community, the Lilly Vocation Discernment Initiative, and the Jesuit Heritage Week Committee.