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On August 10, novices professed first vows of poverty, chastity and obedience at Masses in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Grand Coteau, LA, and St. Paul, MN. 📷: , , , and
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Jesuit News 6h
New students build on legacy of serving others through New Student Day of Service.
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Jesuit News 21h
Father Mauricio Jiménez is now on the road to canonization.
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Jesuit News 23h
How St. Ignatius is giving teens the tools to navigate today’s challenges.
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Jesuit News 24h
The latest eNews is out, featuring newly ordained Fr. Ted Penton's spiritual journey. Subscribe at
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Jesuit News Aug 19
On July 30, Fr. Ladislas Orsy, SJ, celebrated his 98th birthday. He still serves as a professor of law at !
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Jesuit News Aug 19
For students, teachers and staff heading back to school, A Prayer for the Start of a New School Year. via
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Jesuit News Aug 18
Today is the feast day of St. Alberto Hurtado, a Chilean priest known for his work with young adults and the poor and his engagement with Chilean culture.
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Jesuit News Aug 17
Sister Jean turns 100 next week on August 21. The "basketball nun" has been serving on 's campus for 58 years.
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Jesuit News Aug 16
Four men from the and professed vows of poverty, chastity and obedience at ' chapel on Aug. 10. From left: Chris Holownia, SJ, Brian Engelhart, SJ, Bryan Galligan, SJ, and Matthew Briand, SJ.
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Jesuit News Aug 16
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Jesuit News Aug 16
in 1773, the suppression of the Society of Jesus came with the publication of Clement XIV’s Brief “Dominus ac Redemptor.” The would be restored 41 years later on Aug. 7, 1814. [Image: the expulsion of the Jesuits from France]
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Jesuit News Aug 16
Yes, final vows are after ordination. Here's more info:
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Jesuit News Aug 16
Why more U.S. Catholics should know about St. Alberto Hurtado, SJ. via
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Jesuit News Aug 16
Fr. Angel Rivera-Fals, SJ, professed final vows for full incorporation into the Society of Jesus yesterday during the first all-school Mass of the school year at .
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Jesuit News Aug 15
in 1666, at Beijing, the death of Johann Adam Schall von Bell, SJ, whose profound knowledge of mathematics and astronomy won him such fame that the Emperor entrusted to him the reform of the Chinese calendar.
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Jesuit News Aug 15
75 years ago on August 15, Alfred Delp was due to make his final vows in the Society. Instead, he was enduring interrogation and torture at the hands of the Gestapo in the Moabit Prison in Berlin. “How I wrestled with God that night,” he wrote.
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Jesuit News Aug 15
in 1917, St, Óscar was born in El Salvador. St. Óscar Romero, pray for us!
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Jesuit News Aug 15
Today on the feast of the , Pope Francis reminds us that Mary is the “Gate of Heaven,” and she awaits us "just as a mother waits for her children to come home."
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Jesuit News Aug 15
in 1534, on the Feast of the Assumption, St. Ignatius and six companions — Peter Faber, Francis Xavier, Diego Laynez, Simão Rodriguez, Alonso Salmerón and Nicolás Bobadilla — professed their first vows at a Mass celebrated by Faber at Montmartre in Paris.
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