Origin of Jesuit
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At times, Mario Cuomo seemed to have the humility of a Jesuit and the goals of an emperor.
“We get to live and work with a group of Jesuit scientists who take both science and faith very seriously,” he writes.Pope Francis Asked ‘Would You Baptize an Alien?’ Here’s the Answer.|Barbie Latza Nadeau|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One of those was a Jesuit, like the pope, named Rutilio Grande.Why Pope Francis Wants to Declare Murdered Archbishop Romero a Saint|Christopher Dickey|August 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Francis told reporters that he has not had a true vacation since 1975 when he went to Buenos Aires with the Jesuit community.
Never lose the palpable faith in human progress that is the greatest gift of a Jesuit education from Holy Cross.Read Jon Favreau’s Full Commencement Address to College of the Holy Cross|Jon Favreau|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"The mitre weighs too much for your head, monseigneur," retorted the Jesuit.
Massutius was a Jesuit commentator, whose writings are often rich in spiritual suggestiveness.
A Jesuit pretended to have smelt out the fox that lay disguised in sheep's clothing.Fiesco or, The Genoese Conspiracy|Friedrich Schiller
The face of Jesuit Morlet was still, as always, calm and sardonic; he wore a carmagnole jacket and red bonnet.
I suppose it is you who wrote the article in the 'Gazette de Cologne' about the hot house (the Jesuit novitiate).The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
Word Origin for Jesuit
1540s, from Modern Latin Jesuita, member of the Society of Jesus, founded 1533 by Ignatius Loyola to combat Protestantism. Their enemies (in both Catholic and Protestant lands) accused them of belief that ends justify means, hence the sense "a dissembling person" (1630s), and jesuitical "deceitful" (1610s).