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Subject Area: Companions

Celebrating Our Golden Jubilarians

Fathers Billy Huete, SJ, and Doug Hypolite, SJ, this year celebrate 50 years in the Society of Jesus. They are a gift to our Society and the people they have served. They are beacons of joy and happiness in their vocations.

Learning from the Pandemic

July 30, 2020 By Fr. Jack Zupez St. Paul explains human history as passing from the alienation spoken of in the first nine chapters of Genesis to gradual reconciliation of all peoples, as children of one God. Christ came in the middle of time to give this movement of history a dynamic impetus forward. From …

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Conference Spurs Optimism about Work for Reconciliation

The quest for reconciliation drew more than 80 Jesuit partners in mission to Regis University in Denver in June. Attendees were challenged to “see, think and act” in new ways to create change and reconciliation in their work and in the broader world.

Jesuit Archives Stores Treasure for Osage Nation

The Osage collection in the Jesuit Archives contains correspondence and administrative records of the Jesuit Mission to the Osage Nation, established in 1847. But the real treasure is the documents in the Osage language, now nearly extinct.

Mystery Benefactor: The Story of a Generous Soul

The story of Anna Kurzweil, a dreamer, diarist, poet, and world traveler with a missionary’s heart, who abandoned youthful hopes for the convent to care for her elderly mother, and who spun a fortune from a public school teacher’s salary of less than $20,000 a year, is a twist on the scriptural story of the widow’s mite.

The Sacrament of the Moment

Fr. Paul Schott, SJ, learned early on in his 97 years that much of life is out of our control. He was just starting sophomore year of college in New Orleans when the attack on Pearl Harbor dragged the U.S. into World War II.