Jesuits around the United States and around the world publish a variety of books, magazines, and newspapers. You can find information about various Jesuit publications below.
Loyola Press, a not-for-profit publishing company owned by the Chicago Province of the Society Jesus, publishes quality books, videos, and other resources to help nurture a lived faith. Loyola Press also publishes a series of books related to the Society of Jesus under its Jesuit Way Imprint. For more information, visit www.loyolapress.com.
America Press, Inc., publishes America, a weekly magazine founded by Jesuits of the United States in 1909. It also sponsors the Catholic Book Club, a Catholic “book of the month” club. The board of directors of America are the ten Jesuit provincials and the president of the Jesuit Conference in the United States. For more information or to purchase a subscription, visit www.americamagazine.org.
National Jesuit News is published seven times a year by the Jesuit Conference for the 3,000 Jesuits in the United States. The current issue and archived copies can be downloaded from the NJN page on the Jesuit Conference website.
Standing for the Unborn: A Statement of the Society of Jesus in the United States on Abortion, published in March, 2003, lays out in clear and concise terms the position of the Society of Jesus in the United States on the issue of abortion. You can download the document, in its entirety, from the website of the Jesuit Conference.