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To mark Pope Francis' first 100 days on the job, Jesuit Conference President Father Thomas H. Smolich, S.J., talks about his first impressions of the history-making pontiff.

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Fr. O’Meara succeeds Jesuit Father Roc F. O’Connor, who has served as rector since August 2007.

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Jesuit Father Kevin O’Brien, VP of mission and ministry at Georgetown University , recently appeared on the talk show Morning Joe, where he discussed faith and religion in the United States.

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Jesuit Father Rick Malloy doesn’t have to go far to get to his “mission territory:” he simply walks down the hall from where he lives in a college dorm at the University of Scranton.

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Pope Francis is 100 percent Jesuit and his style shows it off, said Jesuit Father General Adolfo Nicolás.

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Jesuit Father Michael Kennedy, executive director of the Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative, receives a letter from the pope.

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An interview with Jesuit Father Ken Gavin, Assistant International Director of Jesuit Refugee Service.

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Jesuit Father Michael Barber, 59, was installed as bishop of the Oakland Diocese on May 25 at the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, Calif.

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Jesuit Father Michael Barber, to be installed as bishop of Oakland, Calif., on May 25, served in a wide range of ministries before being named bishop.

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Despite their youthful outlook and demeanor, the three Jesuit priests pictured here have a staggering 120 years of combined service at Boston College.

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