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Heythrop Celebrates 400 Years

 The second day of the Heythrop 400th anniversary celebrations started early on Friday morning with Mass at Farm St Church said by Fr General Adolfo Nicolas SJ who had travelled from Rome for the occasion.  He preached to a very...
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International Commission on Jesuit Higher Education (ICJHE)

19th June; the ICJHE has begun the yearly review on the developments and challenges to higher education around the globe. The representatives of the sis regions will be joined by Fr. Fr. Friedrich Bechina, under-secretary for the Congregati...
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Visit to Portugal

From 1 to 4 June, Father General visited the Portuguese Province.  He was involved in a number of meetings: on collaboration in mission (Lisbon), on leadership (Coimbra), and on education at the College in Caldinhas.  He also met the teachi...
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Society of Jesus

The Society of Jesus, is a worldwide Roman Catholic religious order founded by Saint Ignatius of Loyola. He originally called his group "The Company of Jesus" to indicate its true leader, the title was Latinized into "Societas Jesu" in the Bull of Pope Paul III on 27 Sept., 1540. The motto of the Society of Jesus is Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam (For the Greater Glory of God). Click : Mission Statement.

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Born on April 29, 1936 in Villamuriel de Cerrato (Palencia province), Spain. January 19, 2008 he was elected Superior General of the Society of Jesus... More

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Today in History

26 July



1861/ The dictator and persecutor of the Church, Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera, published a decree expelling Jesuits from Nueva Granada (Colombia); 52 Jesuits abandonned their homeland for the third time, going into exile in Guatemala.

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AFRICA: Jesuits to the Frontiers

Eastern Africa Province (AOR) Development Office has published a reflection booklet: Jesuits to the Frontiers: Reflection on Vocation and Mission. The booklet features several Jesuits, representing a variety of age groups, who share stories of their ministries and spiritual journey in the Society of Jesus. Each story reveals the striking uniqueness and richness of Jesuit life. At the same time, the stories give testimony to God's generosity towards us in various apostolates, even as we look creatively to a future bristling with hope and promise. We hope to use this booklet in promoting vocation, edifying the companions of the Province and sharing our mission with partners. Copies of the book can be ordered via development.aor@gmail.com or More

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