How did Fr. Pat Nolan, S.J. decide to leave his career path in the sports marketing industry in New York to join the Jesuits? In this episode, he shares his story of how one fateful plane ride, a pair of forgotten headphones, and paying attention to the possibilities in front of him changed the course of his life.
BIO | FR. PATRICK NOLAN, S.J.
Fr. Patrick Nolan, S.J., the youngest of seven children, grew up on Long Island, NY. After seven years working in the sports marketing industry, Nolan entered the Society of Jesus. As a Jesuit, he has worked as an orderly in cancer hospital, visited inmates in a jail, taught, coached, and served as a college counselor in the Pacific Islands of Micronesia, and studied at Loyola University Chicago and Boston College. Ordained in 2018, his current mission is at Boston College High School where he serves as assistant director of enrollment and chaplain to athletics. He also serves as the vocation promoter for the New England region of the USA East Province of the Jesuits. On the weekends, Fr. Pat says Mass in the parishes of South Boston and at various Boston-area colleges, including BC at the St. Ignatius 9:30 p.m. Mass.
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