Mission/Ministry

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Formation in a Jesuit school refers to the process of learning and embracing Ignatian Spirituality. Common to Jesuits and Lay Collaborators, formation in Ignatian Identity gives language, meaning,  structure and purpose to our lives and the Mission of McQuaid Jesuit.

People recognize that McQuaid Jesuit possesses something attractive and compelling. Formation through Ignatian Identity and Campus Ministry ensures knowledge of and appreciation for the compelling gifts of Ignatian Spirituality and Jesuit Education.

Mission/Ministry News

Middle School Mission & Ministry Sponsors Care for Creation Walk

October 9, 2019

On October 9, Middle School Mission & Ministry sponsored a Care for Creation Walk. Students cleaned up trash throughout the neighborhood surrounding McQuaid Jesuit. We are proud of our young men for their efforts to care for God’s creation!

8th Grade Retreat: “Brothers for the Future”

October 8, 2019

Last week, the Class of 2024 participated in their 8th Grade Retreat with a theme of “Brothers for the Future.” This retreat builds upon the 6th Grade Retreat theme of “Brothers at McQuaid” and the 7th Grade Retreat theme of... Read More

McQuaid Jesuit Participates in Interfaith Tree Planting Walk

September 23, 2019

On Sunday afternoon McQuaid Jesuit hosted a tree planting and blessing with Rochester Interfaith Climate Action. This event was in solidarity with youth calling for action on climate change and those participating in the Global Climate Strike taking place September... Read More

Pallbearer Ministry Assists in Funeral

May 8, 2019

On Monday, McQuaid’s St. Joseph of Arimathea Pallbearer Ministry assisted in the funeral of Ms. Elizabeth Gaudio. Ms. Gaudio passed away at 95 years old and is survived by her sister. The McQuaid students assisting were Jack Beauchamp ’21, Jack... Read More

Middle School Campus Ministry Creates Hospitality Kits

May 3, 2019

Middle School Campus Ministry collected toiletries for local shelters over spring break. They are using the donated items to make hospitality kits for local shelters, including St. Joseph’s House of Hospitality and the House of Mercy. Well done, Knights!

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