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The transformation of Jesuit poverty

Joseph A. Tetlow

The transformation of Jesuit poverty

by Joseph A. Tetlow

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Published by American Assistancy Seminar on Jesuit Spirituality in St. Louis, Mo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesuits -- Spiritual life.,
  • Poverty, Vow of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph A. Tetlow.
    SeriesStudies in the spirituality of Jesuits -- v. 18, no. 5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18033257M

    It was an impossible thing,” said the Rev. Antonio Spadaro, an Italian Jesuit who conducted a book-length interview with the pope and knows him well. “We Jesuits are supposed to be at the. The Rev. Antonio Spadaro, a Jesuit who conducted a book-length interview with the pope and knows him well. RNS photo by David Gibson This image is available for web and print publication.

    Make a much needed donation today to help communities living in poverty and injustice. Donations over $2 are tax deductible. Donate Now Donate Now. Current appeal. Incredible transformation is happening for disadvantaged farmers in Cambodia. Help empower more people like Mrs Vanny to live full and free lives. Set up ongoing regular. Poverty in Scotland is the focus of the first lecture in a series of lectures at St Aloysius College in Glasgow, which starts next Tuesday. The Centre for Social and Environmental Justice at the Jesuit school will welcome Sir Harry Burns, former Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, who will look at the health problems facing Scotland in his lecture entitled The Biology of Poverty.“More .

    Read this book on Questia. Transforming Ourselves, Transforming the World is an insightful collection that articulates how Jesuit colleges and universities create an educational community energized to transform the lives of its students, faculty, and administrators and to equip them to transform a broken world. --Noel Castellanos, president and CEO, Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) "A watershed book for anyone seeking to bring change, Advocating for Justice tackles the root causes of poverty, oppression, and injustice and offers both a theological and practical vision for overcoming the most intractable challenges of our day. I 5/5(2).


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