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September 17, 2013 — Jesuit Father Sean Carroll testified on Sept. 13 at a congressional hearing that called for legislation that respects human rights and ends migrant deaths.

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September 16, 2013 — Thirty-five years ago, Jesuit Fathers Allan Deck and Anastacio Rivera were among those who helped to open the Office of Hispanic Ministry in the Diocese of Orange, Calif.

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September 11, 2013 — The Hearts on Fire retreat, a two-day retreat for young adults ages 18 to 39, offers young adults practical ways to connect faith and everyday life.

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Shortly after his 74th birthday, Jesuit Father Bernie Owens started a new assignment in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Jesuit Father George Drance directed the Magis Theatre Company’s “Occupy Olympus” last month at NYC's International Fringe Festival, the largest multi-arts festival in North America.

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Several Jesuits recently spoke to The Atlantic about those in the millennial generation entering religious life.

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Jesuit Father Jim Reites is making headlines as the adviser of Santa Clara’s Solar Decathlon team.

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National Jesuit News sat down with Jesuits Eric Sundrup and Sam Sawyer of The Jesuit Post to talk about their experience interviewing Jesuit Father General Adolfo Nicolás.

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Jesuit Father George Winzenburg, president of Red Cloud Indian School on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, spoke to The New York Times about the sense of resignation that has set in on the reservation.

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Jesuit Father TJ Martinez recently spoke with The Brownsville Herald about founding Cristo Rey Jesuit Prep in southeast Houston.

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