Good NewsLinks in Review

Spring 2014

Fr. Jim King, SJ

Enjoy a Senior Moment
Fr. Jim King, SJ

Most of the action in Fr. King’s years of service took place at Walsh Jesuit. He was there when the doors opened to students in 1965 and, for nearly 50 years, he engaged in activities including teaching theology, counseling students, directing the first alumni organization, serving as chaplain, and co-founding and moderating a student justice league.

“I loved it all,” he recalls, “especially teaching, and supporting students in their desire to serve others.” 


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Adam DeLeon, SJA Heart on Fire
Adam De Leon, SJ


Adam first felt a call to the priesthood during his grade school years growing up in Cleveland, Ohio. It continued throughout his education at Cleveland’s St. Ignatius High School and the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and in 2004 he entered the Jesuits. Adam is currently in theology studies and is spending a semester studying at Hekima College in Nairobi, Kenya.

“I am a long way from the familiar streets of my hometown Cleveland, Ohio.  Yet, I never walk alone.” 

Charis MinistriesLiving the Jesuit MIssion

Charis Ministries

Fr. Jack Rainaldo, SJ, who passed away shortly after this article was written, accomplished much in his 62 years as a Jesuit. He served others as teacher, retreat director, spiritual advisor, and a staunch advocate of the Catholic faith.


Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Milwaukee

The Midwest Jesuits of the Wisconsin and Chicago-Detroit Provinces and the Cristo 
Rey Network announced the opening of a new Catholic, Jesuit high school to serve students in Milwaukee.

Fr. Tom Lawler, SJ

Fr. Lawler spoke about the new school at a recent press conference. 

“This new school represents a few firsts while standing on a strong foundation of proven success.  It is the first ministry of the new province of the Midwest Jesuits, it is the first Cristo Rey school to partner with a Jesuit university, and it is the first coeducational Jesuit secondary school in Milwaukee.  At the same time, Cristo Rey builds upon the 450 years of Jesuit education worldwide and 150 years of Jesuit education in Milwaukee.”

 -  Fr. Thomas Lawler, SJ, Provincial Wisconsin Province