Dialogue Focused on the Poor and Forgotten Ours is a service of faith, and of the radical implications of faith, in a world in which it is becoming easier to settle for something less than faith and something less than justice. We recognize, along with many of our contemporaries, that without faith, without the eye of love, the human world seems too evil to allow for the existence of a God who is good. But faith recognizes that God is acting, through Christ's love and the power of the Holy Spirit, to destroy the structures of sin which afflict the bodies and souls of his children. Our Jesuit mission touches something fundamental in the human heart: the desire to find God in a world scarred by sin, and then to live by his Gospel in all its implications. The mission of Jesuits is directed to the ways in which Christ makes his presence felt in the diversity of human cultures, in order that we may present the Gospel as Christ's explicitly liberating presence. Ours must be a dialogue, born of respect for people, especially the poor, in which we appreciate and share the values of their culture and offer our own treasures, in order to build up a communion of peoples instructed by God's Word and enlivened by the Holy Spirit. Learn about the Jesuits Regis University is located in the Missouri Province. To learn more about the history, spirituality, and current international work of the Jesuits go to The Society of Jesus website.