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      • Fortunately, Jesuits have nearly 500 years of taking up Christ’s challenge to serve a world in need for the glory of God and the help of souls. The legacy of St. Ignatius of Loyola guides us in this mission.
  1. Guimaraes asks Cardinal Avery Dulles whether the Church of the Christ is the Catholic Church and the only way to salvation; two talks commemorating the 40th anniversary of the opening of Vatican II, one talk at Loyola University, New Orleans, another at Georgetown University, Washington DC.

  2. Oct 05, 2015 · Code of Canon Law, Canons 752, 1311-1312 (Latin English edition, New English Translation) (Washington, DC: Canon Law Society of America, 1988), pages 247, 409. The 1983 Code of Canon Law was translated into English in 1988. Catechism of the Catholic Church, Paragraphs 85, 100, 891, 2051.

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  4. Washington, DC June 16 & 23, 2019 Holy Trinity Catholic Church Main Church 36th Street, between N and O Streets, NW Washington, DC 20007 /HolyTrinity Parish Center 3513 N Street, NW Washington, DC 20007 (202) 337-2840 CatholicChurch @HolyTrinityDC Holy Trinity is Hiring! Holy Trinity Catholic Church is hiring for the

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    A Jesuit school is always Catholic , but a Catholic school isn’t always Jesuit . In other words, Jesuit schools are under the Catholic umbrella, but they’re a sub-category, and they’re typically considered more liberal (at least religiously, if not politically) than other Catholic schools .

  6. Br. Matt Wooters, SJ is a native of Washington, DC. He joined the Jesuits in 2012 after graduating from John Carroll University. After college, he served for two years with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Belize. His graduate degrees are in Social Work and Theology from Saint Louis University and Santa Clara University, respectively. Br.

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