Fifth Week

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The body and soul of this Second Edition of The Fifth Week are still the stirring accounts of the lives and deaths of Ignatius the founder and Xavier the missionary to the East; of Campion, Ciszek, and Chardin in Europe; of Brebeuf and Lord and Pro the West. We follow O'Malley's personal journey through questions and doubts to self-knowledge and the dynamic equilibrium of his commitment to life in the Society of Jesus. With humor and tolerance he records the drama and daily grind with sundry companions. The Fifth...
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The body and soul of this Second Edition of The Fifth Week are still the stirring accounts of the lives and deaths of Ignatius the founder and Xavier the missionary to the East; of Campion, Ciszek, and Chardin in Europe; of Brebeuf and Lord and Pro the West. We follow O'Malley's personal journey through questions and doubts to self-knowledge and the dynamic equilibrium of his commitment to life in the Society of Jesus. With humor and tolerance he records the drama and daily grind with sundry companions. The Fifth Week is a great companion for prospective Jesuits: It asks - with them - do you want to be a priest? religious priest? a Jesuit?
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  • ISBN-13: 9780829402483
  • Publisher: Loyola Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/1976
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 5.51 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.49 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Pt. 1 Jesuits of the Past 1
1 The First Jesuit, St. Ignatius Loyola 3
2 A Progress of Jesuits 21
A Warning and a Confession 21
St. Francis Xavier, Patron of Missionaries 22
St. Edmund Campion, Underground Jesuit 27
St. Nicholas Owen, Brother Sorcerer 32
Matteo Ricci, Jesuit Mandarin 36
St. Jean de Brebeuf, Giant to the Hurons 42
The Paraguay Reductions 45
The Suppression of the Jesuits 49
Phoenix 53
Peter de Smet, Friend of Sitting Bull 54
Gerard Manley Hopkins, Jesuit Poet 58
Miguel Pro, Jesuit Clown 63
Pt. 2 Jesuits of the Present 67
3 The Heroes 69
Daniel Lord, The Jesuit Who Never Grew Old 69
Carl Hausmann, The Quiet Jesuit 74
Joseph O'Callahan, Medal of Honor Winner 79
Walter Ciszek, Jesuit in Siberia 83
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Cosmic Adventurer 92
4 The Unknown 101
Pt. 3 Jesuits of the Future 147
5 Life in the Society Today 149
6 The Challenge of the Third Millennium 161
7 Obstacles to a Vocation Today 171
8 How Does a Man Know? 175
Afterword 199
Bibliography 209
American Jesuit Provincial Offices 215
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