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Located in Montreal, Quebec, the Archive of the Jesuits in Canada reflect the activities of all Jesuits – both those in the Province of French Canada and those in the Province of English Canada – who have worked at home and abroad since their arrival in Canada in 1611.
The Lonergan Research Institute at Regis College in the University of Toronto is supported by the Jesuits of Canada, the Institute was founded in 1985 with a mission “to preserve, promote, develop and implement” the work of Canadian philosopher and theologian Bernard Lonergan, S.J. (1904-1984).
Puisant sa source dans une histoire de plus de 150 ans et dans les valeurs de base des jésuites, le Gesù a toujours été un lieu de rencontre signifiant, inclusif, ouvert à l’humain. Aujourd’hui l’ensemble du lieu comprend l’église, les salles dont le grand amphithéâtre et une résidence.
Des années trente à nos jours, la bibliothèque a pris une grande extension. Elle compte aujourd’hui près de 200 000 volumes.
Led by his interest in art history and aesthetics, he also studied at the École du Louvre in Paris in 1982 and undertook a research project in philosophy on the theme of symbols at the Université de Montréal in 1988. Eventually moving towards aesthetic theology, his exploration of Hans Urs Van Balthazar’s work “Aesthetic aspects of revelation” earned him a Master’s degree in 1991. Upon graduation, an internship opportunity took the artist to Egypt, where he immersed himself in Egyptian culture and art.