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    Vocations

    Vocation comes from the Latin vox, meaning voice. It implies that you are being called by God to a particular state or course of...

    Pedro Arrupe, SJ (1907-1991)

    Pedro Arrupe, SJ, was the 28th Superior General of the Society of Jesus, leading the Society in the realities of serving the Church and...

    Adolfo Nicolás, SJ

    Spanish-born Adolfo Nicolás, SJ, (1936–2020) was the 30th Superior General of the Society of Jesus. He entered the Society in 1953 and later studied...

    Why Jesuits Are in Higher Education

    By William J. Byron, SJ From Jesuit Saturdays: Sharing the Ignatian Spirit with Friends and Colleagues In education, as in all else, the Jesuit is not...

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    Jon Sobrino, SJ (1938-)

    Spanish-born Jon Sobrino is a Jesuit theologian known for his work in liberation theology. He escaped assassination in El Salvador when members of the...

    Gary Smith, SJ

    Gary Smith, SJ, is a member of the Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus and has spent his ministerial life in service to...
    close-up of Alfred Delp on cover of With Bound Hands: A Jesuit in Nazi Germany: The Life and Selected Prison Letters of Alfred Delp by Mary Frances Coady

    Alfred Delp, SJ (1907–1945)

    Alfred Delp was a German member of the Society of Jesus, who was executed for his resistance to the Nazi regime. Alfred Delp was born...

    James Martin, SJ

    James Martin has led a thoroughly modern life: from a lukewarm Catholic childhood, to the Wharton School of Business, to the executive fast track...

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