The vocational call came early for Fr. Jonathan Haschka, SJ.
"I think the first time I thought about being a Jesuit was my freshman year at Campion High School when Fr. Mike Sheridan, SJ sang the 'Suscipe' at the baccalaureate mass," he recalls. "Something stirred in me with the words: 'All that I have, you have given me. I offer all to you. Give me only your love and your grace and I am rich enough and ask for nothing more.'"
Then, during the summer of his junior year, while hitch-hiking around the country for a few weeks, Jonathan met people and had experiences that clarified his calling. As he made his way back, he knew he would apply to the Society of Jesus after his senior year.
It was a journey that would continue to offer diverse experiences . . . More
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