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Sixteen U.S. Jesuits were ordained to the priesthood this June, and since then, these men have been busy starting their first assignments as priests — and visiting their hometowns to celebrate Mass.

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Jesuit Father Bill Creed's Ignatian Spirituality Project offer retreats to an often-overlooked group: the homeless.

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August 5, 2013 — Lizbeth Mateo, registered to attend Santa Clara Law School this fall, took part in a risky border protest on July 22; she and other activists were accompanied by Jesuit Father Sean Carroll.

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Pope Francis celebrated the feast of St. Ignatius on July 31 with more than 200 of his fellow Jesuits at Mass in Church of the Gesù, where St. Ignatius is buried.

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Today is the feast day of St. Ignatius, the founder of the Jesuits, who died on this day in 1556. To commemorate the occasion, Pope Francis, the first Jesuit pope, will say Mass today at the Church of the Gesù in Rome, where St. Ignatius is interred.

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Jesuit Father William P. Leahy recently gave a keynote address at a vocations summit: “I remain convinced; there are vocations to be had in our Church — especially in the United States.”

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Pope Francis told young people God might have been trying to communicate something in forcing the World Youth Day vigil’s change of venue from a huge field to a long narrow stretch of sand and sea.

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Pope Francis commissioned some 3 million young people to join forces and form what could be called Missionaries Without Borders.

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Visiting one of this city’s notorious “favelas,” or slums, Pope Francis denounced corruption and a “culture of selfishness and individualism,” and called for a “culture of solidarity” in pursuit of social justice.

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In an exclusive interview for The Jesuit Post, Jesuit Father Adolfo Nicolás, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, expressed his desire for further emphasis on youth ministry.

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