Jesuits

Del Toro brings Jesuit, priesthood values to math, science classrooms
By Anthony Cardellini ’17 THE ROUNDUP Students walking around the Piper building or Office of Faith and Justice may have noticed a new presence on campus lately: a new Jesuit. The Rev. Juan Pablo del Toro, S.J. said he comes to Brophy as a new priest looking to get involved in education. “I just became a priest in June 2015, and I felt called to go into either a high…
Pope Francis selection shocks Brophy Jesuits
By Jack Macias ’14 THE ROUNDUP Pope Francis was elected March 13, 2013 to the surprise of the Jesuit order. Pope Francis was known as the Rev. Jorge Bergoglio, S.J., a Jesuit from Argentina. The election is a surprise because Jesuits, when initiated to their order, take a vow to not seek higher power within the church. Although this would disqualify any Jesuit from taking a position of power, according to World Language…
Jesuits weigh in on Catholic positions regarding economic inequality
By Austin Norville ’15 THE ROUNDUP The hope of this year’s summit on human Dignity topic “The Opportunity Gap” is to influence to students to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate, according to Summit coordinator Mr. Ryan Hubbell. With this year’s summit, Brophy wants students to act by focusing the problem in the community around the school and even some of our students, Mr. Hubbell said.…