Jesuits

Some articles on jesuits, jesuit:

L'huomo Di Lettere - Italian
... During the process of her conversion to Roman Catholicism at the hands of the Jesuits in 1651 Christina, Queen of Sweden specifically requested a copy ... The book's international proliferation made it a vehicle of the cultural ascendancy of the Jesuits as modern classicists during the Baroque ... was also translated extensively, by men of letters of other nationalities, Jesuits and non-Jesuits ...
Saint-Étienne, Lille - History - Current Building
... The present parish church originated as a Jesuit chapel ... The Jesuits set up a base in Lille in 1562 and they were put in charge of the municipal collège built in 1529 on the decision of the city magistrate ... The Jesuits' chapel of the immaculate conception (now the parish church of Saint-Étienne) was built from 1605 to 1610, but then destroyed by fire on 8 October 1740 ...
Church Of San Macuto - History
... The Jesuits rededicated the church to Saint Malo, following the vicissitudes of history together with the adjacent palazzo (later called Palazzo Gabrielli-Borrom ... formerly belonging to the Roman Province of Jesuits, now an international home for the religious order ...
St Peter's Catholic Comprehensive School - History - Jesuits
... St Peter's was opened as a boys' boarding school on 29 September 1936 with 34 boys ... Father Bellanti was the first headmaster and the school was run by Jesuit priests ...
Aloysius C. Galvin - Jesuits
... Galvin entered the Society of Jesus, a Roman Catholic religious order commonly known as the Jesuits, in August 1948 ... He was formally ordained as a Jesuit priest on June 23, 1957, and celebrated his first Mass at St ... position at Georgetown Preparatory School, a Jesuit high school in North Bethesda, Maryland ...