Father General visits Loyola High School in Montreal

May 29, 2018 — The Superior General of the Jesuits, the Very Reverend Father Arturo Sosa, is visiting Canada this May and made a special trip to Loyola on May 24th. During his visit, he met with students in Campus Ministry for a friendly Q&A session. He also spoke to members of the Loyola community about the importance of Jesuit Education (see video below). We were most grateful for Father General's visit and the insights he shared with us.

Some photos from Father General's visit:

Father General with students in Loyola High SchoolFather General with staff in Loyola High School

Source: [ Loyola High School ]





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