The Reformed Society of Jesus

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The Jesuit Community of the Reformed Catholic Church

Welcome to the Reformed Society of Jesus’ page. We are the Jesuit community of the Reformed Catholic Church. The Reformed Catholic Church is an autocephalous, independent church with apostolic succession that functions independently of any other church.

Who are the Reformed Jesuits?
The Reformed Society of Jesus is a Reformed Catholic international religious order that welcomes both men and women to share in the journey of the Order. Members of the Society of Jesus (or Jesuits) might be either priests, brothers or scholastics who are studying to become priests.

The Reformed Catholic Church honors the rich traditions of the Society of Jesus and has active members of the Reformed Society of Jesus, for which the Presiding Archbishop serves as Provincial Superior.
Jesuits work in parish and retreat ministry, in high schools and colleges. They may be found working as lawyers and doctors, psychologists and counselors, writers and journalists, theologians and philosophers, researchers and scientists. In short, Jesuits do all kinds of work. Their mission is everywhere and always the promotion of faith in Jesus Christ and the justice demanded by that faith. Jesuits seek to make Christ’s Kingdom available to our times. They are people with a singular passion: to do the world a world of good.

As Reformed Jesuits, we adhere to the spiritual models of St. Ignatius Loyola and the strong commitment to social justice that has become synonymous with the Jesuit name.

We thank you for visiting us and invite you to contact us with any questions that you may have.

(c) 2006 – The Reformed Society of Jesus.

ReformedJesuits@reformedcatholicchurch.org

The Jesuits

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Founded in 1540 by St. Ignatius Loyola, the Society of Jesus, informally called the Jesuits, is one of several academic orders recognized by the Reformed Catholic Church, and considered a “teaching” order.

Vocations

Here I am Lord. I have come to do your will.
Have you ever felt called to live a life in service of the Lord? Has the idea of being priest or a religious kept returning to you? If so, perhaps you have a vocation.

Do you feel called to work for the causes of social justice? Do you believe that the opportunity to work in ministry may be found anywhere in the world? If so, perhaps you have a vocation to be a Jesuit.

Do you believe that all people should be welcomed into the church? Do you feel that everyone – single and married, gay and straight alike – should be welcomed into the service of the Lord? If so, perhaps you have a vocation as a Reformed Jesuit.

If you are interested in learning more about our community or pursuing a vocation with us, please contact our vocations office at vocations@reformedcatholicchurch.org .

Contact

We would love to hear from you…

Please feel free to contact us.

General E-mail: ReformedJesuits@reformedcatholicchurch.org
Provincial’s Office: RSJprovincial@reformedcatholicchurch.org
Vocations: vocations@reformedcatholicchurch

(c) 2006 – The Reformed Society of Jesus

+AMDG +

In Service of the People of God…

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One Response to “The Reformed Society of Jesus”

  1. Rev. Raymond Says:

    I like what you have to say and what you stand for. However, I have spoken or tried to speak with others of the so called “reformed” Catholic this or that. All seemed no different that the Catholic church itself and doing what it blames the Catholic church for doing. Being to out of touch with the real world and the people in it, Catholic or not. And seem to be to pious for open dialouge. What of you?

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