Adolfo Nicolás: The language we Jesuits use



Fr. Adolfo Nicolás, Superior General of the Society of Jesus
Visiting the Jesuits and their collaborators in Flanders
Heverlee (Belgium) 26 September 2010
“The language we Jesuits use”

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  1. He isn't bad at all. The Society of Jesus (Jesuits) is simply a religious order in the Catholic Church consisting of priests heavily devoted to missionary work in other countries. That's it. Jesuits are nice people, devoted priests, and they practice something called "Igantian Spirituality" which is simply a way of devoting oneself to Jesus that involves a series of prayers and religious meditations that repeat every month.

    Nothing sinister, but everyone on the internet is a conspiracy nut.

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