Pope Francis has a clear message for Jesuits: “Your proper place is on the frontiers. This is the place of Jesuits.”
Jesuit Daniel Gustafson is a second-year novice who just finished his long experiment — a key part of the Jesuit novitiate, as it enables the novice to work in a Jesuit ministry and test out his vocation.
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.
Fr. O’Meara succeeds Jesuit Father Roc F. O’Connor, who has served as rector since August 2007.
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.
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.
Pope Francis is 100 percent Jesuit and his style shows it off, said Jesuit Father General Adolfo Nicolás.
Jesuit Father Michael Kennedy, executive director of the Jesuit Restorative Justice Initiative, receives a letter from the pope.
An interview with Jesuit Father Ken Gavin, Assistant International Director of Jesuit Refugee Service.
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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