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This magazine is a brief history of the schools, parishes, missions, and other apostolates of the New England Province of Jesuits in 1940. It includes Holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass., Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Mass., Boston College High School, South End, Boston, Mass., Cranwell Preparatory School, Lenox, Mass., Shadowbrook, House of Formation, Lenox, Mass., Weston College, Scholasticate, Weston, Mass., St. Mary’s Church, North End, Boston, Mass., Holy Trinity Church, Boston, Mass., Mission to Jamaica, and Mission to Baghdad, Iraq, Campion Retreat House for Men, North Andover, Mass., St. Robert’s Hall, Tertianship, Pomfret, Conn., Mission Band, Army Chaplains, Deaf-Mute Apostolate, Sodalities, St. Xavier Guild, St. Ignatius Guild, and Bellarmine Academy.

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Jesuits, New England Province of the Society of Jesus, Missions, History


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This December, 1940, issue of The Jesuit Seminary News was written to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Society of Jesus.

The Jesuit Seminary News