Jesuit College

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Palacký University Of Olomouc - History - Founding of The Jesuit University
... Jesuit instructors in Olomouc were as eager to procure converts to their religion as the Devil to pursue the soul ” —Nicolaus Olai ... received an Imperial Privilege from the emperor Rudolf II, whereby degrees awarded by the Jesuit University had the same value as those from any comparable university ... In 1582 the Bishop and Jesuits forced Protestant school in Olomouc to close ...
Lawrence Arthur Faunt - Life
... After two years at Merton College, Oxford (1568–70) under the tuition of the philosopher John Potts, he went to the Jesuit college at the Catholic University of Leuven where he took his B.A ... others 1575, the year in which he went to the English College, Rome, to pursue his studies in theology ... XIII, who on the establishment of the Jesuit college at Posen in 1581, appointed him rector ...
List Of Alumni Of Jesuit Educational Institutions - M
... University, Ateneo de Manila University) Charles Mackerras - Australian conductor (St Aloysius' College (Sydney)) Gustavo Madero Muñoz - Mexican senator (Universidad Iberoamericana) Lisa Madigan ... Ignatius College Prep, Chicago, Illinois) Ettore Majorana - Italian theoretical physicist (Istituto Massimo) Tak Wah Mak - Canadian immunologist, molecular biologist, and academic (Wah Yan College, Kowloon, Hong Kong ... (Brugelette and Laval) Chris Matthews - journalist (College of the Holy Cross) Roberto Matta - Chilean painter Fr ...

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