American Jesuit Institutions:. The striving purpose, mission, and pedagogy of Jesuit Colleges/ Universities . Thesis.
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Jesuit institutions for higher education were developed upon the workings and passion of St. Ignatius of Loyola; utilizing St. Ignatius’ own writings helped develop the foreground for Jesuit institutions and how the Ignatian Pedagogy and mission statement came to existence.
Ignatius spent ten years from 1524-1534 studying and becoming the “expert” in disciplines known as
Ultimately leading to his work called Spiritual Exercises
1534- six men along with Ignatius took vows to become priests and start the society Ignatius long dreamed of and in 1537- full vows were taken and were fully dedicated to the society’s cause and the church
Enjoyed doing the research but schools seem very intensive and prestigious.
Many are thought to fall into the “Prestigious” group when thinking of universities because of the dedication of the faculty, staff and administrators to the students. (Prestigious in Basketball too- Georgetown and Gonzaga!)