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The Holy Father has gone out of his way to speak for Peace in Syria, which is now under threat of a new attack by the United States and France. Fr. General Adolfo Nicolás responds in this recent interview.

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(Washington, D.C., April 17, 2013) -- The U.S. Jesuit Conference and the Kino Border Initiative welcome today’s introduction of a bipartisan Senate immigration bill. Immigration reform has been a difficult issue to address, and this bill provides hope that an immigration agreement can be reached that respects the human dignity of our undocumented brothers and sisters.

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Pope Francis inaugurated his ministry as pope and bishop of Rome in a liturgy filled with biblical symbolism and signs of the universality of his mission on March 19.

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Clouds of white smoke poured from the chimney on the roof of the Sistine Chapel March 13, indicating a pope had been elected.

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Pope Benedict XVI announced Feb. 11, 2013 that he would resign at the end of the month.

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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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Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, met with Father Ismael “Melo” Moreno, a Honduran Jesuit and well-known human rights activist.

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“We’re thinking about vocations differently since (General Congregation) 35,” said Fr. Drew Kirschman, new province vocation coordinator. “There’s an acute awareness that our numbers are dropping, our average age is high and how do we attract young people? “It’s not simply because we want Jesuits at high schools. We need people to continue who we are.”

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Jesuit Father Don Doll has been a photographer — his second calling — for 50 years. The New York Times Lens blog examined the connection between Fr. Doll’s first calling to the priesthood and his calling to photography.

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