Gonzaga University will host a four-day conference in academic-year 2021-2022 for approximately forty theologians and religious studies scholars. The conference will initiate conversations at the intersection of theology and religious studies around Catholic sexual abuse in historically vulnerable, under-recognized, and marginalized communities, with an eye toward patterns of this abuse in contexts that are now part of the Jesuits West Province. Taking as our starting point the fact that abuse by Jesuits in the Pacific and Inland Northwest has disproportionately affected Native American and Alaskan Native communities, the conference will address how and why sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has disproportionately affected historically vulnerable, under-recognized, and marginalized communities. Particular attention will be paid to patterns of white supremacy, Christian supremacy, colonization, and racialized supersessionism. Second, the conference will address how efforts at reconciliation, initiated by Jesuit universities and other Jesuit works, and efforts at church reform may account for the concerns of victim-survivors and the theological and cultural factors that led to the abuse of historically vulnerable, under-recognized, and marginalized communities identified by the work of the conference. In addition to publishing the proceedings of this conference, we hope that the insights of this work might be shared throughout the ACJU and IAJU networks through gatherings of mission officers, theology/religious studies chairs, and other administrators so that it might aid Jesuit universities in their work toward reconciliation in light of Catholic sexual abuse.