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O. Vitaliy Osmolovskyy SJ

O. Vitaliy Osmolovskyy SJ

Jesuit from Zhytomyr, for many years engaged in social issues, in his free time a judo player. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law in Zhytomyr, and a master’s degree in political science at the Pedagogical University in Warsaw. During his studies he was active for eight years in NGOs, working with national minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. In 2007 he joined the Society of Jesus.

After a two-year novitiate, he studied philosophy in Padua at the “Aloisianum” Philosophical Institute and theology at Hekima College in Nairobi. In the meantime he worked for a year and a half for the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Ukraine and in the UK. He is in the process of writing his PhD in the area of Christian ethics on human sexuality and feminist theology at Jesuit School of Theology, Santa Clara University.

He has been training Judo at a professional level for many years and has completed level of II – Dan.

O. Damian Czerniak SJ

O. Damian Czerniak SJ

After a BA in Philosophy at Ignatianum Academy, he worked for two years as a chaplaincy student at Lycée Saint Marc in Lyon (France). Then, after completing his master’s degree in theology at Collegium Bobolanum in Warsaw, he went to study Educational Leadership in Catholic Schools at Creighton University. From 2018 to 2021 he worked as a French teacher at Creighton Prep High School in Omaha Nebraska (USA). 

He currently lives in Gdynia where he works mainly with young people as a religion teacher. He loves to sail and cook.

Krzysztof Dudek SJ

Krzysztof Dudek SJ

Jesuit in formation. He is from Tarnów, a town in southern Poland. He completed his two-year novitiate in Gdynia and his bachelor’s degree in philosophy at the Ignatianum Academy.

He is interested in history and spirituality, and likes hiking.

O. Łukasz Lewicki SJ

He is from Warmia. After completing secondary school, he studied physiotherapy and political science in Poznań. In 2005, he joined the Jesuit Order. After the novitiate, he took up undergraduate studies in philosophy in Krakow, then worked in the administration of the Jesuit Gymnasium and Secondary School, at Vatican Radio and the European Centre for Communication and Culture.

After several years of work, he began his theological studies at Collegium Bobolanum in Warsaw. He continued his studies specialising in fundamental and dogmatic theology in Paris. Since 2019, he is the director of JCS “In Action”.