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Subject Area: history

Preserving the Story of Fr. Anderson E. Bakewell and the Society of Jesus

By Ignatius Plato Megan Gilmore is passionate about history and the role archives can play in preserving it. With an academic background in both journalism and history, she finds rediscovering lost bits of the past an invaluable tool for storytelling. Gilmore recently completed an internship with the Jesuit Archives and Research Center (JARC), where her …

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Balkan Odyssey: A Study Tour

Balkan Odyssey:  A Study Tour to Greece, North Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, Bulgaria July 2023 PRESENTED BY PATRICIA O’REILLY AND SCOTT LEWIS, SJ The Balkans are a rich blend of diverse religions, peoples, cultures, and histories. The Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Slavs, Bulgars, and Ottoman Turks have all left their mark on the multi-layered civilization of …

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AMDG Podcast: How One Liturgical Vestment Explains the Rise and Fall of Catholic England

November 10, 2022 — A king. A cope. And a faith under siege. Intrigued? Today’s episode covers all this and more. Our guest, Dr. Jan Graffius, the curator of collections at Stonyhurst College in the UK — the oldest surviving Jesuit school in the world — is our guide through a riveting history that traces …

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