The Official Magazine of the New Orleans Province
Summer, 2014 edition featuring ordinations and the inauguration of the new province Winter, 2013 edition featuring the renovated St. Charles College Summer, 2013 edition featuring ordinations Spring, 2013 edition featuring the spiritual exercises and retreat ministry Fall, 2012 edition featuring the vocation of Fr. Walter Ciszek, SJ Summer, 2012 edition featuring ordinations Winter/Spring, 2012 first joint publication of the Missouri and New Orleans Provinces Fall, 2011 edition featuring the discovery of a previously unpublished photograph of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J.
Fr. John Druhan, S.J. writes of his
friendship with Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J.
Four Jesuits reflect on their ordination to the priesthood.
Spring, 2011 edition featuring ordinations and novitiate formation Fall, 2010 edition featuring the renovation project of St. Charles College Spring, 2010 edition featuring the dedication of the joint Missouri-New Orleans Provinces' novitiate Fall, 2009 edition featuring 100th anniversary of the St. Charles College building Spring, 2009 edition with the Annual Report Fall, 2008 edition Spring, 2008 edition featuring the election of the Jesuits' new Superior General Fall, 2007 edition featuring the Centennial of the New Orleans Province Fall, 2005 edition featuring rebuilding efforts post-Katrina Fall, 2004 edition featuring the visit of the Superior General, Fr. Kolvenbach
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