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Archives: Team Members

Thomas Mulloy

Thomas Mulloy is the new Director of Government Relations for the Jesuit Conference Office of Justice and Ecology (OJE). He builds relationships with the U.S. Congress and Administration in order to develop and implement OJE’s policy agenda. Previously, Tom was the Director of Poverty Programs for the National Council of the United States Society of …

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Brian Paulson, S.J.

Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the Jesuit Conference promotes common goals and coordinates common projects for the Jesuit provinces of Canada and the United States. As Conference president, Fr. Paulson serves as part of the Superior General’s extended council and represent the Society in many church and civic venues. He also represents the Conference internationally and …

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Eric Clayton

Eric Clayton is the deputy director of communications at the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States and the author of “Cannonball Moments: Telling Your Story, Deepening Your Faith” (Loyola Press). He joined the team in 2019 and produces content that invites deeper reflection on Ignatian spirituality and everyday life. He also guest hosts …

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Mike Laskey

Mike Jordan Laskey joined the Jesuit Conference communications team in 2018. He leads a team responsible for the Jesuits.org website, social media and vocation promotion. He also serves as the host of the AMDG Jesuit podcast. Previously, Mike was the director of Life & Justice Ministries for the Diocese of Camden, New Jersey, and worked …

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Denulson B. Theodore

Denulson, 22, was an altar boy in the parish of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima. After formal studies, he completed a course in silkscreen printing and then began to study business administration (level three). He is certified as a level-two soccer coach and has taught physical education and sports. He considers himself cheerful …

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Brandon Smith

Brandon, 25, attended the University of Alabama, where he earned a bachelor’s in history. As a student, Brandon participated in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and was confirmed and received into the Catholic Church in March 2016. Last summer, he participated in this province’s Three Weeks as a Jesuit program, which helped to …

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Patrick Michael Smith

Patrick, 29, completed degrees in political philosophy and English literature at McGill University. After attending law school at the University of Alberta, he practiced as a litigation attorney for two years. He then decided to work in a L’Arche community for five months, which strongly inspired his Jesuit vocation. Living with people with intellectual disabilities …

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John Frederick Saul Simon

John, 30, completed a bachelor’s in history at the University of Toronto, minoring in both Christianity and culture and East Asian studies. After graduating, he worked in Toronto’s financial district for a year and a half. He then joined the local diocesan seminary for a year before leaving. While pursuing a master’s in medieval studies, …

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Peterson Saincima

Peterson, 24, studied Haitian civil law and was a teacher at the Marie Esther Christine Blondin School, run by the Sisters of Saint Anne. Passionate about reading the lives of the saints, he also enjoys writing. He strives to work for peace and joy that will last, and after a long discernment, he chose to …

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