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Business Not as Usual: An interview with Fr. Kevin Kelly, SJ

By Eric Clayton Kevin Kelly, SJ—director of Villa Saint-Martin, the Jesuit retreat center in Montreal—is a businessman-turned-Jesuit. But, to Kevin, that’s nothing unusual. “I see St. Ignatius not only as a brilliant and spiritual person,” he says, “but also as a businessman.” After all, the saint started and managed a multinational corporation: the Society of Jesus.   So, how does business acumen translate into the life of a Jesuit today? Kevin shares how he …

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Mother Nature and Brother Hudon

“The best week of my life was spent on a canoe-camping trip with the Pioneer Scout. We paddled a hundred kilometers, we only had five minutes of rain, and it was extraordinary,” said Brother Bernard Hudon, a Jesuit from Quebec, after I had asked him to share some of the moments of deepest consolation that …

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From Rockets to Canoes

By Becky Sindelar Erik Sorensen, SJ, had once planned to be an engineer. Today, however, he studies theology at Regis College in Toronto, on his way to becoming a Jesuit priest. His formation has been one of accompanying and building relationships with those he encounters. Before you joined the Society of Jesus, what did you …

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