In this season of Advent, as we prepare to contemplate the divine, we also seek to connect with one another—and with those living on the edges of our world.
Principal Paul Hogan regularly shares his insights and observations.
One of the great blessings that Jesuit High enjoys is our relationship with the rest of the Jesuit universe.
Jesuit volleyball defends their 6A state title, student-artists open the 2019-20 theatre season with “Pride and Prejudice,” men’s and women’s cross country clinch No. 2 spots, and more goings-on in Crusader Country.
Last Sunday, 500 young people from across Portland's six Catholic high schools gathered to celebrate and honor children battling cancer.
In a world where no idle moment passes without a glance at our smartphones, silence is seriously sacred when 250 teens walk down a country road together.
What does it mean to be “ruined for life”? It means that after a Jesuit education, one should never again be able to encounter injustice without acting to confront it.