Thank you for visiting the homepage of John Carroll University’s campus-wide display of our Ignatian Heritage and Jesuit mission, consisting of 31 pieces displayed throughout 8 buildings across campus. These panels depict various moments of our Ignatian heritage and aspects of Jesuit mission related to University life. Our hope is that students, staff, faculty, and visitors will enjoy their beauty while learning more about the great heritage we share and to which we contribute.
On the left hand side, there are two webpages, which separates the display by both location and topic. Click on the title of the panels in order to view the image. This allows viewers to take a virtual tour as well as to discover where these exhibits are on campus. Enjoy this enriching tour of Ignatian Heritage and let it spark a curiosity of further knowledge as you strive to live out the mission.
If you would like to view the entire display, click on the pdf below. It contains all of the panels and a glossary in order for you to easily maneuver around the document.
Ignatian Heritage and Mission Display Panel.pdf
The artwork and written texts have been compiled by Jesuit artist, Fr. Don Doll, S.J of Creighton University, who generously made the display available to John Carroll for the cost of reproduction.
The display was made possible financially by a generous gift of Mary ’64G and Tom Lewis ’60 ’62G, who are alumni of the University. Tom was a member of the Board of Directors from 2011-2017, and as a member of the Mission and Identity Committee was very committed to enshrining the heritage within our buildings.
Edward J. Peck, Ph.D
Vice President for Mission and Identity