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Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, PSYD

Dr. Saint-Jean is a Jesuit Regent. He graduated from undergraduate education at the Universite Victor Segalen de Bordeaux in France and received his graduate degree in Psychoanalysis from the Parisian Ecole Lacanienne de Psychanalyse in Paris and his PsyD from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. Dr. Saint-Jean has studied, conducted research and worked in various countries. He completed his theological studies at Catholic Theological union in Chicago in 2019. In his free time, Dr. Saint-Jean enjoys talking with friends and family, writing on social justice issues and watching sports among many other things. His forthcoming book, The Crucible of Racism: Ignatian Spirituality and the Power of Hope, will be published by Orbis press in February of 2022.

Events with Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, PSYD

A Lenten Journey: Explore Anti-Racism as a Spiritual Practice - Live Zoom Presentation
March 23, 2022

Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, will discuss his book, The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola, which adapts the Spiritual Exercises to the challenges of racial justice.  Fr. Saint-Jean invites everyone to prayerful reflection on painful examples of racism from the United States, other countries…

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