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Jesuits and the Baroque

As part of the bi-centenary celebrations of the restoration of the Jesuits in 1814, the National Gallery will host a three-month exhibition of Baroque art relating to the counter-Reformation. A lecture series will form part of this event.

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Georgetown salutes Fr Heelan

PAT COYLE :: Fr Patrick Heelan SJ's death has been well noted by Georgetown University, Washington, where he spent so many years and did so much good work as academic and as administrator. Read the letter of President, Dr. John J. DeGioia.

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Tertians begin experiment

Ten European Jesuits, currently in their final year of formation in the Tertianship house in Manresa, Dublin, are about to go on 'experiment', a period of active mission work, usually in the fields of justice and faith. Among the places to which this year's Tertians are going are Russia and Lebanon.

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The Auschwitz Jesuit Priest of Divine Mercy

TOM CASEY SJ :: Tuesday, 27th of January, 2015, is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Fr Tom Casey SJ shares the story of Fr Antoni Mruk SJ, an Auschwitz survivor he knew.

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