September 18, 2019 — The president of the Jesuit Conference and the U.S. and Canadian provincials released a joint statement calling for increased advocacy efforts.
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Fr. Vinny Marchionni, SJ, who was ordained in June, reflects on his pastoral assignment this summer at a parish in Staten Island, NY.
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Fr. James W. Moore, SJ, who served Saint Joseph's University for nearly 50 years, has died at the age of 92.
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September 4, 2019 - This month Pope Francis is asking us to join him in praying for the protection of the ocean. "Our solidarity with the 'common home' is born from our faith. Let us pray this month that politicians, scientists and economists work together to protect the world’s seas and oceans."
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Following two years of study and apostolic service, four Jesuit novices of the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces pronounced first vows on Saturday, Aug. 10.
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