As in years past, De Smet Jesuit Mission Week 2012 begins with a Prayer Service in order to set the context for reflections and activities. This year, the prayer service mirrored the daily examen while exploring the Mission Week theme, technology.
"Daily Media Use Among Children And Teens Up Dramatically From Five Years Ago", The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Kaiser Family Foundation, n.p., 20 Jan. 2010, 2 Feb. 2012
"Teens Cell Phones and Texting: Text Messaging Becomes Centerpiece Communication", Amanda Lenhart, Pew Research Center Publications, Pew Research Center, 20 Apr. 2010, 2 Feb. 2012
"U.S. Census Bureau Gazetteer", United States Census Bureau, United States Census Bureau, n.p., 2010, 2 Feb. 2012
"Global Mobile Statistics 2012" mobiThinking. MobiThinking, dotMobi, Jan. 2012, 2 Feb. 2012
|2012: Rev. Brain Christopher, S.J.|
2011: Prof. Christen Parker
2010: Mr. Vincent Giacabazi, S.J.
2009: Mr. Ronny O'Dwyer, S.J.
2008: Rev. Richard Hadel, S.J.
2007: Rev. Wally Sidney, S.J.
2006: Mr. Ken Luecke
2001 - 2003: Rev. John Arnold, S.J.
1992: Rev. Wally Sidney, S.J.; Rev. Patricio Wade, S.J.
|1991: Rev. Przybulski, S.J.; Rev. Edward O'Brien, S.J.|
1990: Rev. Joe Damhorst, S.J.; Rev. Ray Pease, S.J.
1979: Rev. John Craig, S.J.
1978: Rev. Ron Windmueller, S.J.
1977: Rev. Robert Holmes, S.J.
1976: Rev. Tom McQueeny, S.J.
1975: Rev. Bernard Hoyer, S.J.
1973/74: Fr. Thomas McQueeny, S.J.
1971: Rev. Leo Weber, S.J.