Our Connection to the Larger Jesuit Community

Resources on Jesuit Education and Ignatian Spirituality

Here are additional resources available locally, in the U.S. and throughout the world:

  • The Jesuit Conference
    The governing structure for all of the Jesuit Provinces in the United States.
    You can read one of our foundational documents in Jesuit Education here – "What Makes a Jesuit School Jesuit?”

  • The Jesuits of the U.S. Central and Southern Province
    Find out more about the home Province of our RJ Jesuits and what is developing for the future of this region.

  • The Jesuit Schools Network
    Learn more here about our unifying national organization; a great resource to find out about the professional, curricular, and spiritual development programs for all the 60 plus Jesuit high schools in North America.

  • The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities
    A great resource to explore one of the 20 plus Jesuit institutions for post-secondary education – perhaps a place to start in your student’s college search!

  • Sacred Heart Retreat House, Sedalia, Colorado
    One of the spiritual gems of our region. Learn how you can access Ignatian spirituality on your own with a direct experience, such as a retreat.

  • Ignatian Spirituality Program of Denver
    The Ignatian Spirituality Program of Denver works to make the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola available to members of the Denver-area Jesuit apostolate and others. The program offers retreats, classes and individual spiritual direction. Regis Jesuit Ignatian Identity Coordinator, teacher and alumnus Jim Broderick King '87 is a founding member of the program and continues to serve as one of its leaders.
  • Ignatian Prayer and the Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life with the Jesuits of Ireland
    This is a wonderful place to access prayer resources in the Ignatian tradition – daily reflections, prayers for the liturgical seasons, special prayers inspired by Jesuits.

For more information on the school's Jesuit mission and identity, contact Jim Broderick King '87, Ignatian Identity Coordinator.