• (noun): A member of the Jesuit order.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on jesuits, jesuit:

St Beuno's Ignatian Spirituality Centre - Origins
... near St Asaph in North Wales, UK, was built in 1848 as a place of study for Jesuits ... Up to this time prospective Jesuit priests studied in Stonyhurst College, near Clitheroe in rural Lancashire and for a short time abroad, but the increasing numbers put a ... Fr Randal Lythgoe, the then Superior of the Society of Jesus in Britain, while visiting a Jesuit parish at Holywell in Flintshire, travelled to see some farm land that the Society ...
Lalleman - Persons
... Charles Lallemant (1587–1674), the first superior of the Jesuit missions in Canada Louis Lallemant (1588–1635) was a French Jesuit Jérôme Lalemant (1593–1673), a Jesuit ...
Louis Cheikhô - Biography - Early Life
... In 1868, Cheikhô joined his brother at the Maronite Jesuit Seminary in Ghazîr, Lebanon ... In 1874 he entered the Jesuit Order and started his novitiate training at Lons-le-Saunier, France ... of 'Louis' out of devotion for the young Jesuit saint Louis Gonzaga ...
Mikołaj Stanisław Oborski
... Mikołaj Stanisław Oborski (1576–1646) was a Polish jesuit and writer ... Joined the Jesuit order in 1602 ... Run several Jesuit colleges in Poland and investigated the miracles of Stanislaus Kostka ...
Sellinger School Of Business And Management - Jesuit Education
... Loyola University Maryland is a Jesuit Catholic university committed to the educational and spiritual traditions of the Society of Jesus and to the ideals of liberal education and the ... In this mission the hallmarks of a Jesuit education are clearly evident a commitment to the rich tradition of Catholic education, an emphasis on academic excellence, the ... sponsors a variety of programs and opportunities in support of its Jesuit mission these include the Center for Values and Service, Campus Ministry, and Catholic ...

More definitions of "Jesuit":

  • (adj): Having qualities characteristic of Jesuits or Jesuitism.
    Synonyms: Jesuitical, Jesuitic