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Blessings and warm wishes for you and your loved ones during this Thanksgiving and as we prepare for the Christmas season. The Maryland Province has assembled several thanksgiving prayers that can be used for your family gatherings.

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Nearly 2,000 individuals from Jesuit colleges, universities, high schools, parishes and volunteers groups, gathered in Washington, D.C. to advocate for social justice.

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During Hispanic Heritage Month, author and education activist, José Luis Vilson, addressed the parish community at Sacred Heart Church in Richmond.

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From November 4-6, 2017, nearly 2,000 individuals will gather for the 20th annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice in Washington, D.C., including nearly 300 from Maryland Province schools, universities and parishes.

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The third annual Jesuit Friends and Alumni Sunday Masses took place on Oct. 21-22, gathering more than 1,600 alumni and their loved ones for liturgies and receptions held at 24 parishes and schools.

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Twenty-Two pilgrims traveled with Fr. George Witt, SJ, provincial assistant for spirituality ministries to Spain and southern France to follow in the footsteps of Jesuit Sts. Ignatius Loyola and Francis Xavier, and St. Bernadette.

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After five years, Fr. Michael Boughton, SJ, concluded his service stewarding Jesuits through various stages of their religious formation, as provincial assistant for formation for the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces.

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Fr. John McCaslin, SJ, Air Force veteran, Army chaplain and beloved pastoral minister at the Jesuit Center in Wernersville, Pa., has died at 88.

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Fr. Richard Malloy, SJ, introduces readers to the art and practice of Spiritual Direction in the Jesuit tra­dition.

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The Board of Directors of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) has elected Loyola University Maryland President, Fr. Brian Linnane, SJ, as its new chair.

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Pope Francis canonized 35 new saints, including Brazilian Jesuit St. André de Soveral.

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The story of American-born Jesuit Father Walter Ciszek (1904-1984), who spent 23 years in Russia in Siberian labor camps and Soviet prisons.

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This summer, Fr. Charles Frederico, SJ, stepped down as director of vocations for the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces, having served for eight years. Fr. Philip Florio, SJ, will now assume the vocations director role for our two East Coast provinces.

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Hurricane Maria left such devastation behind in Puerto Rico, that our Jesuit school and parish families need our help. We are accepting financial contributions to aid in recovery in Puerto Rico.

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With Jesuit education, the earlier the better! St. Ignatius Church in Baltimore has opened the Loyola Early Learning Center, a preschool dedicated to serving lower-income families.

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The board of trustees of Georgetown Preparatory School has announced that Fr. James Van Dyke, SJ, has been named the next president of Georgetown Prep, effective July 1, 2018.

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Homeboy Industries from LA returned to Sacred Heart Church in Richmond and inspired teens to release their spirit and creativity through painting a wall.

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"Building your Jerusalem: Father Michael's Simple Truths to Guide your Faith" is a new book by Fr. Michael Williams, SJ, that helps apply Gospel teachings to encounters of daily life.

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Thank you for wanting to help the people whose homes and lives have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Here's how you can help.

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Fr. G. Donald Pantle, SJ, beloved campus minister and professor of German at the University of Scranton, has died at 89.

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The USCCB has established a committee against racism, with Bishop Murry as chairman.

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Each summer, Fr. Richard Malloy, SJ, leaves his home base at the University of Scranton and travels to Yellowstone Park in Wyoming where he celebrates Mass for vacationers from all over the globe.

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On Saturday, August 12, 2017, seven Jesuit novices from the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces professed vows of poverty, chastity and obedience in the Society of Jesus.

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The cross is believed to have come to Maryland from England with the first settlers in 1634.

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In honor of the feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, we have assembled a list of excerpts from just a few of his 7,000 letters. Read about the saint’s timeless insights on encouragement, poverty and prayer.

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