Introducing the Jesuits at Georgetown

A particularly good video, on the Jesuits (or, rather four of them who speak about the work of all of them) at Georgetown University.


Jesuits at Georgetown from Georgetown College on Vimeo.

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Steven Knepper
7 years 2 months ago
I found that very moving.
Beth Cioffoletti
7 years 2 months ago
Beautifully done.  The word that kept coming to me as I watched it was "relevance".  This is why the Jesuits are, and will continue to be, relevant to the world in which we live.


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