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Using his own gifts and talents for the service of others, sophomore Mason Moore has made a huge impact on the Jesuit community. Described as “caring, kind, and having a gentle way with others,” Mason went far beyond his service completion in the Ignatian Service Corps in continuing to support The Belong Ministry at Highland Park United Park United Methodist Church, as the special needs cast prepared for their big theater performance this past weekend. The heartwarming show by the young students followed Mason’s own uplifting performance playing guitar during a recent prayer service.

“Mason is an amazing student leader who models what it means to be a Man for Others,” read a faculty nomination. “His leadership in the Ignatian Service Corps has helped to welcome other students into their service projects. He has also ventured outside of his comfort zone to be an excellent participant and servant leader in Jesuit’s immersion program in Ecuador. He is a positive presence in the classroom and in the community.”

A gifted guitarist and talented actor who can be spotted performing at open mic events on campus, Mason is an invaluable member of the Jesuit Stage & Film program and the Jesuit Musicians Union. Most recently, he participated in three of the senior directed One Acts.

“Mason already exhibits many of the characteristics Jesuit looks for in its graduates,” reflected another nomination. “A good student who always does his best with his work, Mason is always willing to help out his classmates. If he picks up a topic easily, or finishes his work early, his first reaction is to check on those nearby to see if they need assistance. This strength of character is evident in the times he discusses his faith as part of Religious Rangers. He demonstrates well-rounded leadership through service to others.”

Congratulations to Mason Moore ’26, Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week!