In 2007, the Gonzaga Fathers’ Club established the Gonzaga DC Classic Pedro Arrupe Service Award. This award recognizes a Gonzaga graduate who has lived his life in service to others and meets the standards of “Being a Man for Others.”… Read More
Last week, McQuaid Jesuit observed National Migration Week by making time to learn more about migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. On Tuesday, Ms. Charlsey Bickett from Mary’s Place Refugee Outreach spoke with students about the realities of the international refugee… Read More
McQuaid Jesuit’s Pallbearer Ministry responded to its first call of the school year January 2 as six students assisted in the funeral services for Ms. Doris Stoner. The students who volunteered were seniors Gabe Gelke and Devon Goodbody ’19, and… Read More
Three seniors were recently interviewed on News 10 NBC’s “Rochester in Focus” about the service projects McQuaid Jesuit participates in around the holidays as well as throughout the year.
On the Friday before Christmas, the entire McQuaid community gathered in the John H. Ryan Jr. Memorial Gymnasium to celebrate the annual Advent Liturgy before departing for break. Bishop Emeritus Matthew Clark presided.
Members of the Class of 2019 experienced McQuaid Jesuit’s inaugural La Storta Retreat from December 12-14 at Notre Dame Retreat House in Canandaigua, NY. The name of the retreat is derived from a critical moment in the life of St…. Read More
On Tuesday, December 11, the third Agape Latte event was held in the Wegman Center where Mr. Dan Brady, a member of the math department, gave a talk entitled, “Santa’s Elves.” In his talk, Mr. Brady shared four personal stories… Read More
Members of the Class of 2021 are at Camp Stella Maris experiencing Emmaus 82 from December 6-8. The Emmaus Retreat is an experience based on the story from the Gospel of Luke where the resurrected Jesus encounters two of his disciples… Read More
Kathy Ruppert, Ph.D. presented a concise, accurate and engaging presentation on the History of the Society of Jesus to the First Year Formation Cohort on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Dr. Ruppert focused on the first forty years of the Society’s… Read More
Kairos 78 took place at Camp Stella Maris from November 18-21. Based on The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, Kairos is a Greek word that means “God’s time.” The retreat is a four-day, three-night experience where students get to know themselves,… Read More