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Father Louis J. Lipps, SJ, who served as a Jesuit spiritual and retreat director and minister for 74 years, died on Friday, January 11, 2013, in Pontiac, Michigan.

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Fr. Francis (Frank) Smith, SJ, published poet and John Carroll University professor, died on December 13, 2012, after 63 years as a devoted Jesuit priest.

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(Chicago - November, 2012) 109 years after its founding, Stroger Hospital has been served by 35 dedicated, Jesuit chaplains. Today, the Jesuit legacy and mission is carried on through the Ignatian Volunteer Corps.

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In my job as Jesuit Vocation Director, I often ask inquiring men this question, “So, if you were to be a Jesuit, what sort of work or ministry would you like to do?”

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“My excitement has been building since Fr. Kesicki began the conversation with me about my coming to Loyola,” says Fr. Luedtke. “In fact, my response was a hearty, ‘great!’ Many wonderful things have happened at the school thanks to the work of my predecessors, but I know there is a lot more work to do to give our students the best we have to offer.”

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October 18, 2012 — Growing up in north Omaha as one of 13 children — six of whom entered religious orders — Fr. Richard McCaslin, SJ, “always wanted to be a priest.”

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July 26, 2012 — A WWII veteran, Fr. Larry Jonas, SJ, traveled to Washington, D.C, in April 2012 for the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight. The trip offered a glimpse of what Heaven might be like.

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Fr. Edward Konerman, SJ, who served as a Jesuit for 66 years, died on February 24, 2012.

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I write to you with a great deal of joy in my heart as we mark the completion of another school year at St. Aloysius.

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Fr. W. Henry (Hank) Kenney, SJ, Jesuit Priest and missionary to South Africa, died on October 3, 2011, in Clarkston, Michigan.

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