The Jesuit Community at Santa Clara University, totaling about
40 Jesuits, is made up of priests, brothers, and scholastics.
Most Jesuits are engaged in ministry at the university either as teachers,
administrators, staff, or in campus ministry. Others are graduate students;
some are engaged in research as part of a sabbatical year; and a few
serve the internal needs of the Jesuit community on the
provincial or local level.
The majority of Jesuits reside on campus in the Jesuit Community Residence, located at 801 Franklin Street (at Alviso), about one block north of
the Mission Church.
To contact any Jesuit by phone, dial:
(408) 554-4124. All the Jesuits receive their mail at:
Jesuit Community Residence
Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053-1600
Santa Clara University Community Members
Gerdenio ("Sonny") M. Manuel, Rector of the Community, Department of Psychology.
- Charles T. Phipps, Minister of the Community, Department of
- Jeffrey P. Baerwald,
Department of Counseling Psychology and Education.
- Thomas C. Bracco, Assistant Minister.
- Michael J. Buckley, Department of Religious Studies.
- Luis F. Calero, Department of Anthropology. Fall Quarter,
on academic leave, teaching in Cali, Colombia.
- Matthew E. Carnes, graduate student at Stanford University.
- Michael T. T. Castori, Department of Religious Studies.
- Sam Z. Conedera, Department of History, visiting from the California Province Jesuit Novitiate (Culver City).
- Paul G. Crowley, Department of Religious Studies.
William F. Donnelly, Department of Economics.
- Vincent J. Duminuco, on sabbatical from Fordham University (Fall Quarter).
- James W. Felt, Professor Emeritus, Department of Philosophy.
- Paul J. Fitzgerald, Department of Religious Studies, Assoc. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences.
- Andrew J. Garavel, Department of English.
- Paul J. Goda,
School of Law.
- Carl H. Hayn, Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics.
- Arthur F. Liebscher (or alternative
Department of History.
- Paul L. Locatelli, University
- Michael C. McCarthy, Departments of Religious Studies and of Classics.
- Mark D. McGregor, Department of Communication, (Information about the Posadas Project).
- Gerald L. McKevitt, Department of History.
- Alfred E. Naucke, Executive Assistant (Socius) to the Provincial of the California Province of the Society of Jesus.
- William R. O'Neill, on sabbatical from the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley (Fall Quarter).
- Dennis R. Parnell, Department of Biology.
Treasurer, California Province of the Society of Jesus.
- Trung H. Pham, Department of Art and Art History and Campus Ministry.
- Thomas J. Powers, Director of the Graduate Program in Pastoral Ministries, Department of Religious Studies.
- Kevin P. Quinn, School of Law, Director of Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education.
- Mark A. Ravizza, Department of Philosophy, Senior Fellow of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education. On academic leave, 2007-2008, teaching in El Salvador.
- James W. Reites, Department of Religious Studies.
- Theodore J. Rynes, Department of English.
- Robert L. St. Clair, assistant rector.
- Francis R. Smith, Department of Religious Studies.
- Dennis C. Smolarski, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.
- Paul A. Soukup, Department of Communication.
- Gerald P. Sullivan, Department of Art and Art History.
- Aquiline A. Tarimo, on sabbatical, from East Africa.
- Salvatore A. Tassone, Department of Religious Studies.
- Frederick P. Tollini, Department of Theater and Dance.
- John R. Treacy, Director, Campus Ministry.
- Duc M. Vu, private studies.
- Tennant C. Wright, Department of Religious Studies. Fall Quarter, on academic leave, teaching in Belize.
- Michael A. Zampelli, Department of Theater and Dance.
Jesuits Working at SCU and Residing Elsewhere
- Thomas P. Finsterback, Department of Chemistry. (Residence at Sacred Heart Jesuit Center, Los Gatos)
- Michael R. Moodie, Part-time, Pastoral Ministries Program; Assistant at Jesuit Provincial Office. (Residence at Benton Street Jesuit Residence.)
- Thomas J. E. Schwarz, Department of Computer Engineering. (Residence at Most Holy Trinity Church, San Jose)
This page is maintained by Dennis C. Smolarski, S.J.
and James W. Reites, S.J. email@example.com
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Jesuit Community at Santa Clara University,
All rights reserved.
Last changed: 16 September 2007.