September 18, 2014
After several decades when the Jesuits were suppressed by papal decree, the restoration of the Society of Jesus as a religious order marks an important moment in the history of the Jesuits and of Georgetown. Reflecting on this historical moment, we learn lessons about the vitality of the Jesuits'; mission, then and now, and the important work of Jesuit universities like Georgetown, which for centuries have strived to serve the greater glory of God and the common good. Rev. John W. Padberg, S.J., an internationally recognized scholar and author, was director and editor of the Institute of Jesuit Sources from 1986 until 2014.
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