Publications
Publications
The Jesuits have been involved in communications since St. Ignatius bought a printing press in 1556. Today, the Society of Jesus publishes a number of award-winning journals and publications.
  • America, a national weekly journal of opinion.
  • Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits, a journal on Jesuit history and spirituality.
  • National Jesuit News, our newsblog that reports news and opinions of American Jesuits around the world, started as a bi-monthly print tabloid in 1973.



Magazines

America - 4/21/14

America - 4/14/14

America - 4/7/14


America - 3/31/14

America - 3/24/14

America - 3/17/14


America - 3/10/14

America - 3/3/14

America - 2/24/14


America - 2/17/14

America - 2/10/14

America - 2/3/14


America - 1/20/14

America - 1/6/14

America - 12/23/13


America - 12/9/13

America - 12/2/13

America - 11/25/13


America - 11/18/13

America - 11/11/13

America - 11/4/13


America - 10/28/13

America - 10/21/13

America - 10/14/13


America - 10/7/13

America - 9/30/13

America - 9/23/13


America - 9/9/13

America - 8/26/13

America - 8/12/13


America - 7/29/13

America - 7/15/13

Summer 2013


America - 7/1/13

America - 6/17/13

America - 6/3/13


America - 5/27/13

America - 5/20/13

America - 5/13/13


America - 5/6/13

America - 4/29/13

America - 4/22/13


America - 4/8/13

America - 4/1/13

America - 3/25/13


America - 3/18/13

America - 3/11/13

America - 3/4/13


America - 2/25/13

America - 2/18/13

America - 2/11/13


America - 2/4/13

America - 1/21/13

America - 1/7/13

Publications
Since St. Ignatius bought a printing press in 1556, the Jesuits have been involved in communications. Today the Society of Jesus publishes a number of award-winning journals and publications. Click below to access our latest issues.

America - 4/21/14

America - 4/14/14

America - 4/7/14





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