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With Bound Hands: A Jesuit in Nazi Germany
Alfred Delp, SJ, smuggled poignant letters out of a Nazi prison in his final days.
Waterfront Priest
Fr. John Corridan, SJ, was a passionate advocate for democratic reforms in the labor unions in New York and the inspiration behind the 1954 film On the Waterfront.
Francis Xavier: A Saint and His Image
Artists drew inspiration from the saint's stories and miracles.
Padre on Horseback
Eusebio Kino, SJ, a seventeenth-century Jesuit missionary pioneer in Arizona, journeys toward sainthood.
Heritage of Scholarship
MS means manuscript and MicroSoft for these modern Jesuits researching ancient saints.
The Last Renaissance Man:
Athanasius Kircher, SJ

Athanasius Kircher, SJ, 17th century German Jesuit teacher, inventor, and researcher.
Peter Canisius
Peter Canisius's work as a Christian ecumenist.
John Ogilvie, SJ: A Martyr of Scotland
Scots Jesuit John Ogilvie's martyrdom at Glasgow Cross in 1615.
Secret, Perilous Project
In the 1500s Juana of Austria secretly became the first and only woman to gain membership in the Society of Jesus.
The Glacier Priest
The life in words and photos of Jesuit Bernard Hubbard, "The Glacier Priest," explorer and photographer who brought Alaska to life for audiences all over the United States.
The Marriage of True Minds
The story of Alfredo and Beatrice Oswald, a married couple that decided to leave each other to enter religious life.
Astronomer, Missionary, Photographer, Character
A story about Missouri Province Jesuit, Fr. Charles Charroppin, a true renaissance man.
Preachers: Jesuits on the Mission Band
A history of Jesuits priests on the mission band.
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