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Fr. Walter G. Nesbit died Monday, May 12, 2014, in St. Louis. He was 85 and a Jesuit for 67 years.

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Fr. David Wayne died Thursday, May 8, 2014, in Parker, Colo. He was 76 years old and a Jesuit for 58 years.

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April 2, 2014 | Pope Francis is expected to canonize Blessed José de Anchieta, a Jesuit missionary known as the “Apostle of Brazil” and a patron of the country’s music and literature, this week.

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A Jesuit priest and former professor, known for his kindness, wisdom and fairness as a labor dispute arbitrator in Kansas City, Mo., has died at the age of 93.

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Vicki Simon, who has worked in the corporate sector, academia and social ministry, including time as a lay missioner in Kenya, has been named director of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps in St. Louis.

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Veteran Catholic educator will become the first permanent lay president of Saint Louis University after successful tenure as head of Lemoyne College, a Jesuit school in Syracuse, New York.

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The Midwest Jesuits are teaming up with Loyola Productions and Sr. Rose Pacatte FSP to offer a Lenten Film Series that features well-known film and TV clips from mainstream programming.

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Feb. 24, 2014 | The Chinese Year of the Horse began Jan. 30, drawing attention to Brother Giuseppe Castiglione, an Italian Jesuit artist famous for his paintings of imperial horses.

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Feb. 21. 2014 | Fr. Paul Stark, vice president for mission and ministry at Saint Louis University, will receive the Norman A. Stack Community Relations Award for his strong support of interfaith initiatives, both on campus and in the community

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Feb. 18, 2014 | The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) continued celebrating its 20th anniversary with an exhibit opening on Feb. 16, "Thresholds: Part Two."

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Feb. 17, 2014 | A Jesuit priest and psychologist who taught at Rockhurt High School and Regis University has died. Fr. William “Bill” Udick was 89.

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Fr. John Schroder, who served for more than 20 years in Belize, died Jan. 25, 2014, in Grand Coteau, La., at the age of 95. He was a Jesuit of the New Orleans Province for 72 years.

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St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay helped celebrate Missouri Jesuits and the legacy of their 150 years as a province at an event Jan. 16 at Loyola Academy of St. Louis.

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Clinical psychologist and professor at Regis University, Fr. Shelton was a prolific author whose books on adolescent spirituality became a popular resource for educators and pastoral ministers.

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St. John's College in Belize City, Belize, celebrated its 127th anniversary with a special Jan. 17 Mass at the Fordyce Memorial Chapel on campus, followed by a dinner at which scholarships were announced in the name of past Jesuit presidents, Fr. Leo Weber and Fr. Timothy Thompson.

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Fr. Thomas Hogan died Thursday (Dec. 19, 2013) in St. Louis. He was 81 years old and a Jesuit for 59 years.

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More than 140 years after being named "Blessed," Jesuit Father Peter Faber was canonized by Pope Francis today, the pope's 77th birthday.

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Pope Francis has been named 2013’s "Person of the Year," the iconic title given to one individual or group each year since 1927 by the editors of Time magazine.

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Fr. Edward "Ed" Oakes died Friday (Dec. 6, 2013) in St. Louis of complications of pancreatic cancer. The 65-year-old professor of theology had been a Jesuit for 47 years.

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A Missouri Jesuit who transferred to the Japan Province in 1967 has died in the country where he worked for 40 years.

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A recently installed monument to Fr. Peter De Smet in Soda Springs, Idaho, marks a point in the Missouri Jesuit missionary's travels toward establishing the first of his Indian missions in the Rocky Mountains.

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Father General Adolfo Nicolás has set the feast of St. Ignatius, July 31, 2014 as the starting date for the new United States Central and Southern Province and has chosen Father Ronald A. Mercier as the first provincial superior.

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Father Michael Gallagher, SJ, represents the interests of refugees around the globe as the Jesuit Refugee Service’s representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

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On April 1, Fr. Michael J. Sheeran became president of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), the national organization that represents the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.

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The class of 19 inmates, a small sampling of the 30,000 offenders in the Missouri Department of Corrections system, is part of the Saint Louis University Prison Program, an effort that educators and prison reformers are watching with hopeful, yet cautious, eyes.

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