Global Citizenship Education

Ignatian Global Citizens are not the product of a single course or program. An intentional integration of the global dimensions of a school is required to develop “true companions in the mission of reconciliation and justice." 

At St. X, students may take Faith in the Wild, a religion course that meets frequently in the outdoor classroom, where students develop spiritual practices that foster a deeper connection to God’s creation and examine their call to care for our common home. They might enroll in Walking the Way, the pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago, and explore the art, history and culture of the Camino while also reflecting on their experience. Students might choose to participate in virtual tutoring through the Fe y Alegria Club, host a student from Jesuïtes Casp–Sagrat Cor de Jesús in Barcelona, care for creation as a member of the Environmental Action Club, or attend the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington, D.C. 

What Being an Ignatian Global Citizen Means:

Ignatian Global Scholars
Global Perspectives Course
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