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.

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Jesuits at Georgetown from Georgetown College on Vimeo.

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Steven Knepper
7 years 9 months ago
I found that very moving.
Beth Cioffoletti
7 years 9 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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