Articles on this issue "jesuits"
"Father Arrupe, who had lived through the atomic bomb explosion at Hiroshima, realized the scope of that tragic exodus of refugees. He saw it as a challenge which the Jesuits could not ignore if they were to remain faithful to their vocation"
On Saturday, Pope Francis addressed the Jesuit Refugee Service. Here is a Vatican translation of the text. * * * Dear Brothers and Sisters, I am happy to receive you on this, the thirty-fifth …read more
University of Macerata and Confucius Institute Considering 3 Understudied Aspects of Life, Work of Fr. Matteo Ricci
Pope Francis is encouraging the work of a conference on the 17th century Jesuit, Fr. Matteo Ricci, speaking of him as a "friend of the dear Chinese people." Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro …read more
A Biography of John Carroll (1735-1815)
Much is written these days about the fact that Pope Francis is the first Jesuit Pope. When Pope Francis touches down in the USA on September 22, 2015, he will be visiting a Church whose first …read more
The Education Project of the Jesuits in East Timor will provide valuable resources to the Local Church and civil community through two complementary institutions: the College of St. Ignatius …read more
Here is a translation of the telegram of condolences sent to the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Father Adolfo Nicolas Pachon, on the occasion of the death of Archbishop Giuseppe …read more
Pope Francis celebrated a special liturgy of thanksgiving in the Church of the Gesù in Rome on Saturday, to mark the 200th anniversary of the restoration of the Society of Jesus, his own …read more
Pope Francis is to celebrate 200 years since Pope Pius VII reinstated the Society of Jesus into the Church by celebrating Mass at 5pm this Saturday in the Church of theGesùin Rome. Founded in …read more
Pope Francis on Saturday celebrated the feast of St. Peter Favre, thefirst follower of the founder of the Society of Jesus. St. Peter was the first of St. Ignatius' followers, as Ignatius set …read more
The Pope has made a surprise dinner visit, to the delight of Rome's Jesuits. Thursday evening, to mark the feast of St. Ignatius, the Holy Fathermade a surprise visit for dinner at the Jesuit …read more