Arts and Research
The Archive of the Jesuits in Canada
Located in Montreal, Quebec, the Archive of the Jesuits in Canada reflect the activities of all Jesuits - both those in the Province of French Canada and those in the Province of English Canada - who have worked at home and abroad since their arrival in Canada in 1611.
The Lonergan Research Institute @ Regis College
The Lonergan Research Institute at Regis College in the University of Toronto is supported by the Jesuits in English Canada, the Institute was founded in 1985 with a mission “to preserve, promote, develop and implement” the work of Canadian philosopher and theologian Bernard Lonergan, S.J. (1904-1984).
Centre de créativité Le Gésu
Puisant sa source dans une histoire de plus de 150 ans et dans les valeurs de base des jésuites, le Gesù a toujours été un lieu de rencontre signifiant, inclusif, ouvert à l’humain. Aujourd’hui l’ensemble du lieu comprend l’église, les salles dont le grand amphithéâtre et une résidence.
Bibliothèque de théologie
Des années trente à nos jours, la bibliothèque a pris une grande extension. Elle compte aujourd’hui près de 200 000 volumes.
Led by his interest in art history and aesthetics, he also studied at the École du Louvre in Paris in 1982 and undertook a research project in philosophy on the theme of symbols at the Université de Montréal in 1988. Eventually moving towards aesthetic theology, his exploration of Hans Urs Van Balthazar’s work “Aesthetic aspects of revelation” earned him a Master’s degree in 1991. Upon graduation, an internship opportunity took the artist to Egypt, where he immersed himself in Egyptian culture and art.
Elementary & Secondary Education
Camp Lac Simon
Fondé par le père Jacques Beaupré, S.J. et les Fils de la Charité de Pointe-Saint-Charles, le camp a pour mission d’offrir à des jeunes de milieux défavorisés la possibilité de vivre une expérience de camp loin des pressions de la ville. Il offre aux étudiants du collège Jean-de-Brébeuf l’occasion de vivre l’expérience du don, du service, du partage, de la fraternité et de l’ouverture vers l’autre.
Located at Stanley House Road (2nd line on the shore of Lake Joseph in Ontario's Muskoka Lake Region, (just 250 km north of Toronto), Camp Ekon was founded in 1971 by the Jesuits in English Canada to provide an opportunity for young people to form a community of service. The values and skills that Ekon promotes in its pedagogy are grounded in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Quebec City, Québec
Le Collège Saint-Charles-Garnier de Québec se situe dans la poursuite de l’oeuvre de son ancêtre, le Collège des Jésuites, premier collège en Amérique du Nord. C’est un établissement d’enseignement privé, de niveau secondaire, s’inscrivant dans la tradition humaniste chrétienne.
Le Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, établissement d’enseignement privé subventionné fondé en 1928 par les pères jésuites, poursuit sa mission d’excellence en formant les leaders de demain dans un environnement extraordinaire au pied du mont Royal, au coeur du quartier universitaire de Montréal.
Gonzaga Middle School
Gonzaga Middle School (GMS) provides an enhanced, holistic, Manitoba Education approved, co-educational, culturally sensitive middle school education to Grade 6-8 students from low-income families in the Point Douglas and North East Downtown neighbourhoods of inner-city Winnipeg.
Saint Bonaventure’s College
Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
St. Bonaventure’s College is an independent K-12 Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition with a respectful and diverse community offering a progressive curriculum aimed at creating a safe and challenging educational experience.
Loyola High School
Loyola is a Jesuit, Catholic school that challenges its young men to become intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to doing justice.
Mother Teresa Middle School
Mother Teresa Middle School (MTMS) provides an enhanced, holistic, middle school education to Regina’s vulnerable inner city youth.
Saint Paul’s High School
St. Paul’s High School is western Canada’s only Jesuit high school and is part of the Jesuit Schools Network consisting of over 60 high schools, 30 universities and colleges across North America, and an additional 300 schools and universities worldwide.
Université de Sudbury
Founded as Collège du Sacré-Coeur in 1913, it was the first, and for many years the only, institution of higher learning in Northern Ontario. In 1957, it changed its name to "University of Sudbury" and began to exercise its full teaching and degree-granting powers.
Regis College (at the University of Toronto)
Regis College is the Jesuit Faculty of Theology at the University of Toronto (UofT) and one of North America’s Roman Catholic ecclesiastical faculties.
Campion College (at the University of Regina)
Campion is a Jesuit university college federated with the University of Regina. It is a liberal arts institution offering students the best of both worlds—access to the innovative programs and services of a large university campus with all the advantages a small university college has to offer.
Related Items of Interest
An interview with Dr. Susan K. Wood, Regis College’s first female Academic Dean
February 10, 2020 — “Theology is never practiced in a vacuum, but always in a specific time and place. This time and place is the modern world.” Sister Susan K. Wood, first female Academic Dean of Regis College, agreed to talk with us briefly about her career path, her projects and her vision of the Church.
Loyola High School at the Colloquium 2019: Building Communities of Justice and Hope
August 8, 2019 — The triennial Colloquium 2019: Building Communities of Justice and Hope Jesuit schools conference was an amazing experience for the team of ten Loyola High School staff members who attended this year.
Gonzaga Middle School will see its first graduating class
November 9, 2018 - The provincials main task is to visit every Jesuit in the country at least once a year along with most of our apostolates or works. I spent the past week in Winnipeg where I visited the Jesuit community and most of the Jesuit inspired works here.