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Vatican Observatory astronomer Father Chris Corbally becomes latest to have an...

CLEVELAND -- One more Jesuit has had an asteroid named for him. Father Chris Corbally, a stellar astronomer at the Vatican Observatory, has had his...

Murdered Jesuit taught, worked with generations in Peru

LIMA, Peru -- A Spanish Jesuit priest who was found murdered in the boarding school where he lived was buried Aug. 12 in Chiriaco,...

Risky papal behavior? Pope Francis calls interviews ‘a risk I...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Replying to questions and giving interviews are a “pastoral risk” Pope Francis said he is prepared to take, because...

Father Daniel Berrigan, Jesuit advocate for justice, peace, poor, dies at...

Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan, an early critic of U.S. military intervention in Vietnam who for years challenged the country’s reliance on military might, died...

Ministry in Syria is about keeping hope alive, priests say

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Even in the midst of constant bombing, Jesuit and Salesian priests remain in war-torn Aleppo, Syria, trying to create...

In politically polarized Argentina, some worry about new president

Catholic News Service BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — In a sprawling working class parish founded by Jesuit Father Jorge Bergoglio long before he became archbishop of...

Jesuit, a nationally known peace activist, dismissed from order

TOWSON, Md. — Jesuit Father John Dear, a nationally known peace activist who also is a popular author, retreat leader and lecturer on peace...

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