The Jesuits<br />Part III<br />
Basic Information<br />Motto- Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam<br />Established- September 27, 1540<br />Headquarters- Church of the...
Mission<br />Establishing a right relationship with God.<br />Establishing a right relationship with One Another.<br />Est...
Vision<br />Deep experience of the Spiritual Exercises.<br />Fourth Vow: the willingness to accept any mission from the po...
Ministries<br />Educational Ministries<br />Pastoral and Parish Ministries<br />Retreat and Spiritual Ministries<br />Soci...
Jesuits by the Numbers<br />Jesuits in 112 nations on 6 continents.<br />Largest single religion order of men in the Catho...
Difference of Jesuits<br />The Jesuits are different from just a regular order of priests or other religious people becaus...
Jesuit Formation<br />1. Novitiate and First Vows<br />2. First Studies<br />3. Regency<br />4. Theology and Ordination<br...
Suppression<br />Suppressed by Pope Clement XIV on July 21, 1773.<br />Affected all countries except Russia and Prussia.<b...
Restoration<br />Restored by Pope Pius VII in 1814.<br />During the suppression of the Jesuits many universities and colle...
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Ignatian project part iii

  1. 1. The Jesuits<br />Part III<br />
  2. 2. Basic Information<br />Motto- Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam<br />Established- September 27, 1540<br />Headquarters- Church of the Gesu(Mother Church), General Curia (Administration)<br />Location- Rome, Italy<br />Superior General (Leader) [A.k.a. The Black Pope]- Adolfo Nicolas<br />
  3. 3. Mission<br />Establishing a right relationship with God.<br />Establishing a right relationship with One Another.<br />Establishing a right relationship with Creation.<br />
  4. 4. Vision<br />Deep experience of the Spiritual Exercises.<br />Fourth Vow: the willingness to accept any mission from the pope.<br />Follow Jesus Christ in today's Church and world.<br />Take the gospel message to the 'frontiers' of faith, culture and civil society.<br />
  5. 5. Ministries<br />Educational Ministries<br />Pastoral and Parish Ministries<br />Retreat and Spiritual Ministries<br />Social and International Ministries<br />
  6. 6. Jesuits by the Numbers<br />Jesuits in 112 nations on 6 continents.<br />Largest single religion order of men in the Catholic Church.<br />Jesuit universities and colleges in over 100 nations worldwide.<br />Formed on August 15, 1534 but not officially established until September 27, 1540by Pope Paul III.<br />
  7. 7. Difference of Jesuits<br />The Jesuits are different from just a regular order of priests or other religious people because along with taking vows or poverty, chastity, and obedience they also take a vow of willingness to accept any mission from the pope.<br />
  8. 8. Jesuit Formation<br />1. Novitiate and First Vows<br />2. First Studies<br />3. Regency<br />4. Theology and Ordination<br />5. Tertianship and Final Vows<br />
  9. 9. Suppression<br />Suppressed by Pope Clement XIV on July 21, 1773.<br />Affected all countries except Russia and Prussia.<br />Catherine the Great, ruler of Russia and Prussia, rejects the papal document saying the Jesuits can stay.<br />
  10. 10. Restoration<br />Restored by Pope Pius VII in 1814.<br />During the suppression of the Jesuits many universities and colleges were taken over and no longer belonged to the Jesuits.<br />After restoration the Jesuits grew rapidly.<br />

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