What Jesuits Really Do

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F K
6 years 7 months ago
hmm, your spiritual directors think that you pray like Dominicans?
6 years 7 months ago
Thanks for bringing some humor into America Mag on line.  It's a welcome break from all this seriousness floating around these pages!
F K
6 years 7 months ago
Carthusians? Ok, that would be a lot for an active order like the Jesuits (or even for a layman like me!)
david power
6 years 7 months ago
Forgive me but I don't get the final pic.
Do you stress over a computer for a particular reason?
Is it saying that you spend too much time on FB?
Are you stressed due to workload?
Grateful for any insights. 
Kang Dole
6 years 7 months ago
Ok, it's now safe to say that this meme needs to die the death.
Ronald Grace
6 years 7 months ago
Love it!!!
Bob Baker
6 years 7 months ago
May we take a vot?
Crystal Watson
6 years 7 months ago
:)

It must not be easy to be a Jesuit - so many preconceptions about them.
Bob Baker
6 years 7 months ago
I VOTE (spelled right, this time) for the last one - a Jesuit trying to get a tonsure, the hard way.
Matthew Cortese
6 years 7 months ago
 Way to clear up clear up any misconceptions!!  Loving the blog...
James Sutcliffe
6 years 7 months ago
This is an awesome collage that coveys so much in six solitary pictures. Each of us in our own lives have analogous perceptions by others about what ''we do''. I can most relate to #6, which my friends and colleagues take to be #4. Tongue planted firmly in cheek, revealing realities that apply to all of us. Very funny, and much appreciated. I agree with the earlier, less verbose post: ''love it!''. Keep it coming.

 

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