Rev. George E. Schultze, S.J.
Fr. George E. Schultze, S.J.
"Pope Benedict XVI recently wrote in his
book Jesus of Nazareth that our most important need today is to experience a personal relationship with Jesus.
An Ignatian retreat offers the opportunity to discover this relationship or to further develop a relationship with the Lord.
Please come and spend some time with our Lord on the holy ground of the Jesuit Retreat Center."
Fr. George E. Schultze, S.J.,
Fr. George E. Schultze, S.J., is a spiritual director at St. Patrick's Seminary and University.
He studied industrial and labor relations at Cornell University and graduated from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
His doctoral research at USC focused on the influence of Catholicism in community and labor organizing efforts in the Hispanic community.
recently published "Strangers in a Foreign Land: The Organizing of Catholic Latinos in the U.S." He
is from Mountain View, California
research has centered on the influence of Catholicism on community and labor organizing efforts in the United States' rapidly growing Latino population.
has also studied the relationship between work and religious faith in worker-owned enterprises and has a particular interest in the Mondragón Cooperative Corporation
argues that if careers are vocations, then discernment has a major role to play in discovering and following one's true path.