1828 | In a letter to the Maryland superior, Jesuit scholastic John Elet referred to the efforts at the St. Regis Indian School at Florissant as casting sand to the wind.
1619 | At Brussels died Fr. Frans Coster, popular author and much beloved by St. Ignatius, who once told him, I want you to be joyful, my son.
1618 | In Naples, the Jesuits were blamed for proposing to the Viceroy that a solemn feast should be held in honor of the Immaculate Conception, and a public pledge be taken to defend that doctrine. This was regarded as a novelty not to be encouraged.
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A Missouri Jesuit who transferred to the Japan Province in 1967 has died in the country where he worked for 40 years. | more »
The Jesuits of the Missouri and New Orleans provinces are hosting two retreats this winter for men who are considering a vocation in the church, especially as a Jesuit priest or brother. | more »