Jesuit Alumni

Jesuit Alumni Ministries

BSC Jesuit Alumni aims to form a community with others like you who wish to continue the Jesuit experience you cherished at your school, parish, retreat center, or service organization. Learn more at the Blessed Sacrament Jesuit Alumni landing page.

The Jesuit Friends and Alumni Network USA (JFAN-USA) serves as a national resource for Jesuit-educated alumni, parishioners and friends who share a commitment to the Jesuit mission. 

JFAN supports local chapters in their efforts to offer events for those who have been educated by the Jesuits, are associated with a Jesuit ministry or institution, a friend of the Jesuits, and others who want to learn more about Ignatian spirituality.

Local Alumni Chapters

Loyola High School Alumni

"A student for four years, but always a Cub for Life! With an alumni base that is more than 16,000 strong, Loyola Cubs can be found near and far—including all 50 states and in 40 different countries across the globe." Learn more at Loyola High School | Alumni

Alpha Sigma Nu (Jesuit Honor Society)

"As the only honor society permitted to bear the name Jesuit, Alpha Sigma Nu has a unique connection to the Jesuits and the great network of Jesuit works making a real difference around the world.  Alumni members are encouraged to be collaborators with the Jesuits long after graduation, continuing to learn, deepen their Ignatian spirituality, and become change agents for the world."  Alumni in the Los Angeles area are encouraged to contact Amy O'Neil at

Boston College Alumni

"The Los Angeles Chapter has over 4,700 alumni, parents, and friends. The chapter offers a wide variety of programming including service projects, game watches, museum tours, and more! If you have any ideas you'd like to share for specific events or if you'd like to become more involved in the chapter, please reach out to us!" More information at Los Angeles Chapter | Boston College.

"Made up of alumni, parents, friends and fans, the Southern California Alumni Network — including the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego — is an important part of the greater Creighton community. Throughout the year, we celebrate our Bluejay spirit through various programs and events, including game watch parties, live sporting events and networking happy hours in your area." More information at Southern California Alumni Network.

"The Fordham Chapter of Los Angeles is a vital link to the Fordham family of alumni, friends, and supporters throughout our area. By networking on a regular basis, we can uphold the University's vision for the future while contributing to the growth and success of alumni within our own chapter." More information available at Fordham Alumni Chapter of Los Angeles.

"The Georgetown Alumni Club of Los Angeles serves as the bridge between Georgetown University keeping alumni, faculty, parents, and friends connected to the heart of the Hilltop. We are a chartered club of the Georgetown University Alumni Association (GUAA) and we are managed and operated entirely by alumni volunteers." More information available at Club of Los Angeles

"The Los Angeles Chapter has a simple mission: grow the Zag spirit and community in L.A. through leadership, faith, and service. We are passionate about Gonzaga and the community it represents and we hope to make that community a part of all of the events the chapter puts on." More information at Los Angeles/Orange County Chapter Page.

"Please contact Alumni Relations to volunteer or provide suggestions for future programming for Los Angeles-area Ramblers." 

"The Marquette Alumni Club of Southern California includes Marquette graduates in the Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego areas. We work directly with the Alumni Office at Marquette to organize professional and social events in SoCal. Join to stay connected with other alums in our area and receive information about local upcoming events!

"The primary goal of the Los Angeles community is to allow alumni, parents, and friends of Santa Clara to network and further the mission of the University in the area. To receive information on events, campus updates, and Bronco happenings in Los Angeles, please contact the community president or manager." More information available at Los Angeles - Alumni - Santa Clara University

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Meet the Team

Christian Astran

As a Catholic Educator formed in the Ignatian tradition, I believe that everyone has the potential to become a leader and agent for change in creating a just world. Regardless of how someone identifies they deserve the ability to identify and strive for their own unique definition of success and fulfillment. It is my goal as an educator to help my students and colleagues achieve their own individual definition of success in their personal and professional lives. As a theologian specializing in the fields of young adult spiritual development, digitial sacredness, and ecological education. I am constantly striving everyday to help youth discover a hope filled future!

Fr. Justin Claravall, S.J.

Fr. Justin Claravall, S.J., is an associate pastor at Dolores Mission Church in Los Angeles, CA. During his Jesuit life, he taught religion in prisons and high schools, and led faith sharing groups for teenagers and young adults. He currently accompanies his parish Ecclesial Base Communities and Social Justice Committee in addition to regular pastoral work.

Fr. Andrew Laguna, S.J.

Fr. Andrew Laguna, SJ, is the vocation promoter for the US West Province. That means that he is responsible for accompanying men who are discerning a life in the Society of Jesus. He has been a Jesuit for thirteen years and a priest for two years. Over the course of that time he has taught high school theology and coached running; worked and traveled with Jesuits in Latin America; and served as a parochial vicar at parishes in San Diego and San Jose, CA.

Robert Stephan

Bob Stephan is the Director of Ignatian Formation and Adult Spirituality at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. Since 2005, Bob has served as a spiritual director or facilitator of the Spiritual Exercises in various contexts in Chicago, Boston, Orange County, CA, and Seattle. He completed his first spiritual direction training program at Loyola Chicago with additional formation at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley and the Jesuit Retreat Center in Los Altos. Bob holds degrees in theology and spirituality from Loyola University Chicago and Boston College and is committed to applying the transformative wisdom of St. Ignatius to our 21st Century context. 

Vianney Truong

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