St. Ignatius Gourmet Coffee (ground)

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From Jesuits West
ST. IGNATIUS GOURMET COFFEES


Roasted in the Pacific Northwest by Caffè Appassionato, known for full-bodied, aromatic coffee that is low-acid and gentle. They select top-grade Arabica beans and use their own unique roasting method to assure full, rich, and complex flavor. A portion of their proceeds benefits Jesuits West.

  • St. Peter Claver All Day Blend: A blend of mostly Colombian coffees noted for sweet taste and rich aroma --- satisfying all day long.

    Also try:

  • St. Edmund Campion Decaf Blend: Decaffeinated blend of bold and smoky beans produces a robust yet smooth cup --- you'll forget it's decaf!

  • St. Aloysius Gonzaga Espresso Bar Blend: A rich, hearty, and flavorful blend suited for either espresso or drip coffee.

  • St. Francis Xavier French Roast Blend: An intense, bright French Roast, it will awaken your senses with a smooth and satisfying finish.

    All coffees are ground, and are packaged in 12-oz. airtight, one-way valve bags.
    • St. Peter All Day Blend (ground) (Item #4450)
    • $13.95
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    • St. Edmund Decaf (ground) (Item #4451)
    • $13.95
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    • St. Aloysius Espresso (ground) (Item #4452)
    • $13.95
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    • St. Francis French Roast (ground) (Item #4453)
    • $13.95
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    Jesuits West

    In the vision of their founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola, Jesuits seek to "find God in all things." They dedicate themselves to the "greater glory of God" and the good of all humanity. Throughout the west (the service area of Jesuits West encompasses Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington), Jesuits serve as teachers, campus ministers, and administrators at universities, high schools, and Nativity middle schools. They also serve as parish ministers, chaplains, and spiritual directors. In addition, their priests and brothers serve in ministries throughout the United States and abroad, including Africa, Asia, and Central and South America.

    In pastoral, educational, and other ministries, they collaborate with laymen and women, civic organizations, local dioceses, and other religious orders. As catalysts for change, they invest personnel and funding in those "turning points" in society where they believe the greatest good can be achieved. Their ministries express the power of faith doing justice, by combining belief in fundamental human dignity with advocacy for the poor and marginalized.