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Society of Jesus

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Caring for the Body, the Mind, and the Soul: Jesuit Tradition and Medicine

Identifier: GTA-000494
Scope and Contents Brochure published by Medical Center with text of of 4 lectures: "Sources of the Jesuit Tradition: A History with a Future" by John W. Padberg, S.J., fall 1992; "The Jesuit Tradition and the First Hundred Years of Medicine at Georgetown: From Sundown College to Medical Center" by R. Emmett Curran, S.J., spring 1993; "Stethoscope for Divine Murmurs: Modern Psychiatry and the Jesuits" by Edwin H. Cassem, S.J., fall 1993; and "Biblical Justice and 'The Cry of the Poor: Jesuit Medicine and the...

Early Jesuit Mission Stations

Identifier: GTA-000361
Scope and Contents Typed index cards with basic information (founding date, citations to articles in Woodstock Letters, etc.) on approximately 135 mission stations in Maryland, Virginia, New York, Maine, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Delaware, and District of Columbia.

Georgetown Jesuit Community Catalogues

Identifier: GTA-000566
Scope and Contents In Latin. Handwritten listings of Jesuits residing at Georgetown College, arranged chronologically.

Maryland Land Deeds and History

Identifier: GTA-330513
Scope and Contents Ledger which includes: transcriptions of land deeds dating back to 1662; account of the settlement of Maryland; transcription of letters from Father General John Roothan of the Society of Jesus on the study and use of the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius, December 27, 1834, and on the Centennial Year; account of the establishment of Catholicity in Philadelphia; historical sketch of the Early Christian Missions among the Indians of Maryland read before the Maryland Historical Society, June 8,...