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Newspaper image of the wrech

Author Ron Hanson's new novel, Exiles, imagines Jesuit Gerard Manley Hopkins's reaction to the shipwreck that inspired his most famous poem, The Wreck of the Deutschland.

Art from a collection at Fordham University

Jesuits have always been known for their patronage of the arts. In Ars Gratia Artis we highlight recent acquisitions by Jesuit institutions across the country.

Two of the new Jesuit novices

In Newcomers 2008, you can meet some of this year's new members of the Society of Jesus.

Walking on Pilgrimage in Spain

Fr. Jack Podsiadlo, SJ, walked the Camino de Santiago and learned lessons that last beyond the journey. Photos by fellow pilgrim and professional photographer Thomas Meredith accompany the story, Buen Camino provides some reflection on that journey.

A scene from World Youth Day 2008 in Australia

MAGIS08, the Ignatian component of World Youth Day in Australia, adds "more" to a young woman's experience there in A Funny Way of Answering Prayers.

Swimming, just one of the Olympic sports

Higher . . . Faster . . . Stronger . . . In Good As Gold, you'll read about a good number of Jesuit alumni who participated in this summer's Olympics in Beijing.

Teaching in Qatar

So this priest walks into Qatar . . . Ryan Maher, SJ, who taught theology in the Persian Gulf for two years, emphasizes the need for faith-informed international relations. Fr. Maher shares his reflections on the experience in As I See It.

Work in San Ignazio Church

Minims & Maxims is always a collection of items of interest from various Jesuit ministries

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