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Oct. 26, 2015 – Last week, 33 Jesuit delegates representing Canada and the U.S. met for the first time and made several important decisions in preparation for General Congregation 36. Over the course of the next year, the delegates will have a unique opportunity to prayerfully consider the Society’s current state and, more importantly, its future.

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A former teacher at Loyola Blakefield High School and a past director at the Center for Science and Public Interest in Washington, DC, Fr. William H. Millerd, SJ, died on October 18, 2015. He had been a Jesuit priest for 47 years.

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Photos documenting every papal event from Pope Francis’ September visit are now viewable from L’Osservatore Romano, the official photo service of the Vatican. These historic images also feature the joyful crowds that gathered along the way to welcome our Jesuit Pope.

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Bill Garrett, President of Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School, asks a local real estate developer to donate a building... and gets it!

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Pope Francis had hardly taken to the streets of Washington, D.C., when the pictures and stories started coming in. With cameras and cell phones at the ready, some very special moments were captured of this historic visit and how it brought so many people together.

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Gesu School students perform as part of the Festival of Families during Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia.

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Dr. Bill Heiser was installed as the second president of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Baltimore at their annual Mass of the Holy Spirit.

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Pope Francis concluded his historic trip to the U.S. in Philadelphia, where he attended the World Meeting of Families.

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Pope Francis has named Maryland Province Jesuit, Br. Guy Consolmagno, SJ, as the new director of the Vatican Observatory. Br. Consolmagno is a planetary scientist who has been an astronomer with the Vatican Observatory since 1993.

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September 22, 2015 — When Pope Francis arrives in the U.S. today for his historic visit, Jesuits and their collaborators will be marking the occasion in numerous ways.

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Dr. Mark Reed is officially installed as the first lay president in Saint Joseph's University's 164-year history.

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Throughout Pope Francis' three-city tour, he will undoubtedly seek out ordinary Americans and those dwelling at the margins of society. That’s according to the experts who know him best — members of the Society of Jesus.

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Friends, family and brother Jesuits gathered for a Mass and dinner reception to honor our Jesuits of the Maryland Province celebrating 50 years in the Society of Jesus, and to recognize the other 25 Jesuits marking a Jubilee year as well.

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This coming February, when the Maryland Province Jesuits assumes the care of St. Thomas More Parish in Decatur, Georgia, Fr. Mark Horak, SJ, will become its new Pastor.

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September 11, 2015 — Hundreds of students from 42 Jesuit high schools will have the trip of a lifetime when they head to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis later this month.

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Fr. John Swope, SJ, was installed as the 32nd President of St. Joseph's Prep as part of the school’s annual Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 8, 2015.

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September 8, 2015 — Jesuit Father Walter Buckius, the oldest member of the Maryland Province Jesuits at age 95, recently celebrated his 75th anniversary in the Society of Jesus.

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Prayers of gratitude to God for the seven young men who have entered the Jesuit Novitiate in Syracuse, NY, the first step on their journey in the Society of Jesus. May God's grace and guidance be upon them.

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Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy in Baltimore is gearing up to add a fifth grade class to its curriculum next year, making it a four-year middle school. Its unique summer program for students sets it apart from other middle schools.

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Sept. 1, 2015 – From September 22-27, Pope Francis, the first Jesuit pope, will make his first visit to the United States. Access resources and information on the Pope's visit, the Jesuits and the significance of this landmark trip, here.

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Trained as a chef, Fr. Chuck Frederico, SJ, currently serves as vocation director for the Maryland and Northeast Jesuit Provinces. On August 30, he’ll be featured on an episode of Cooking Channel’s “Holy and Hungry,” which showcases religious leaders who use food in some way in their ministry.

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August 17, 2015 — Newly ordained Jesuit Father John W. Peck has imagined himself celebrating Mass since he was a young boy.

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August 7, 2015 — Middle and high school youth at St. Peter Catholic Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, lived the Gospel through community service.

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In honor of the feast day for Saint Ignatius Loyola, which falls on July 31, Saint Alphonsus church celebrates an annual Mass in the Woodstock Jesuit Cemetery on the prior weekend.

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July 31 is the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola - the founder of the Society of Jesus. Born in 1491, Ignatius was a different kind of saint. As the noted Jesuit historian Fr. John O’Malley, SJ, observed, "Ignatius redefined the traditional basis of saintliness."

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