• "At the end of July, a flotilla of canoes left Sainte-Marie among the Hurons on Georgian Bay. The 850-kilometre, 25-day voyage terminated at Kahnawake on the outskirts of Montreal on August 15. The canoeists visited the Ottawa area from August 9–11. More than thirty Indigenous, Jesuit, English-, and

  • Standing in a place where you know hundreds of men from your own country fought and died in battle for a cause that wasn't even their own fills you with a pride unlike anything else. However, what made these moments even more special to me, were the actions of the townspeople who lived near the hist

  • ?The Junior is proud of his academic achievements and presents a ‘report card’ in the June 5th letter. It is clear there is a need for a Jesuit Junior to be adaptable and available with the last minute change to be sent to Wickwemikong, and the slow revelation about the philosophy studies. In the le

  • On November 8th, 2016, Frank Obrigewitch, SJ wrote of his visit to Sligo Hospital in Ireland. Today he revisits the hospital.

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