From Tintype to Twitter: Photography at the Irish Jesuit Archives Damien Burke Irish Archives of the Society of Jesus Originally published: March 1, 2021 DOI: 10.51238/ISJS.2019.09 Introduction Photographs are fragile objects: physically, they are easily torn, discolored, and mislaid; digitally, the advent of smartphones with the maelstrom of social media means […]
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Gaspar Loarte published The Exercise of the Christian Life in 1557 (just a year after the death of Ignatius de Loyola) as the Spanish Jesuit served as the rector of a Jesuit college in Genoa. The slim volume provided prayers, meditations, and general advice to Christians who desired to live a more devout life. Exemplifying
The Jesuit Historiography Online, hosted by Brill Reference, now includes an essay on Jesuit Devotional Literature. The essay is authored by Charles R. Keenan, formerly an Institute Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies. In defining the sources of devotional literature–among the “incredible amount of printed works” by Jesuits on the topic–Keenan’s essay
Jesuit Sources announces the availability of e-books, with the following six titles in pdf format: The True Meaning of the Lord of Heaven, by Matteo Ricci, edited by Thierry Meynard, SJ, and translated by Douglas Lancashire and Peter Hu Kou-chen, SJ The Spiritual Doctrine, by Louis Lallemant and translated by Patricia M. Ranum The Exercise
Founded at St. Louis in 1961 as the Institute of Jesuit Sources, Jesuit Sources specializes in preserving, maintaining, and expanding for scholars around the world important texts and studies in Jesuit history, spirituality, and pedagogy. It publishes Jesuit primary sources in English translation and auxiliary literature in Jesuit studies and currently features more than 100 volumes.