Jesuit Update: February 19, 2015

February 19, 2015 — 6 Comments

Vocation Tour and Hospital Experiment

FLower

(Springtime in Wales)

Hey all!

After a brief two-week stint in St. Paul, we novices are heading out for the vocation tour and the hospital experiment. For the vocation tour I will be visiting various high schools in the Chicagoland area to share the story of how I came to realize that God was calling me to join the Jesuits. The hospital experiment, for me, will take place in Canada, where I will live and work with people with intellectual disabilities. I’ve never engaged in this type of ministry before, so I am a little nervous. However, there is no doubt that our Lord will help me along the way. Lately, I’ve been simply praying that the people I will meet will be a blessing to me and that I will be a blessing to them.

Best wishes,
David JW Inczauskis, nSJ

6 responses to Jesuit Update: February 19, 2015

  1. 

    David,

    I hope the Vocation Mission goes well as well as your Hospital Experiment.

    Will it be in Guelph where the Canadian Jesuits used to have a Retreat House with a small

    farm for people who faced neural difficulties ?

  2. 

    I am certain the blessings will be a two way street. For sure I know all those who meet you will be blessed. When do you come to Chicagoland? Guess Benet, being a Benedictine school is not on your visit list. 😦 You remain in my prayers always!

    • 

      Thank you for your prayers! I’ll be arriving in Chicago tomorrow afternoon. The schools on the list are Loyola Academy, Ignatius Prep, Cristo Rey, and Christ the King. I pray that you and your family are doing well and that we can see each other again soon!

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