Saint Ignatius High School

I.P.J. (Ignatians for Peace & Justice)

A student-driven group that pursues issues of justice, I.P.J. leads the campus fair trade initiatives, sends students to marches and rallies, partners with other Catholic schools, and promotes a faith that does justice through action.
The Ignatians for Peace & Justice (I.P.J.) work to educate the Saint Ignatius community about various social justice issues and actively pursue opportunities to create positive change in the lives of those affected by injustices. Students plan workshops and summits, operate a weekly fair trade coffee shop, attend marches and rallies, and coordinate speakers and forums. In 2016, the group worked to make Saint Ignatius the second Fair Trade Certified Jesuit high school in the country. 

I.P.J. is open to students of all four years and meets weekly on Wednesday mornings at 7:20 a.m. in the back of Campus Ministry.

To get involved with I.P.J., please contact Mr. Pacetti '96.
  • Campus Ministry

    Overseeing faith programs is Campus Ministry, which plans and leads retreats, school liturgies, mission trips, social justice initiatives, and leadership opportunities in these areas.

  • Theology Department

    From the history of the Church and the Jesuits, to Scripture, prayer, morality, and the life of Jesus Christ, the Theology Department helps young men understand and grow in their Catholic faith.

  • Christian Action Team

    C.A.T. is the umbrella service organization at Saint Ignatius and gathers weekly for all students to discuss and share about those whom they serve. Programs include Labre, Pallbearers, the Christmas Food Drive and more than a dozen others.

I.P.J. Moderators