Religion: Jesuit Changes

The Society of Jesus, storm detachment of the Roman Catholic Church, keeps its members quietly and efficiently on the move, their minds sharp, their spirits obedient, their black-cassocked persons unattached to any one locality (see p. 30). Last May time came for a change in the editorship of the Jesuits' able weekly, America, run for eleven years by Rev. Wilfrid Parsons S. J. This slight, grey-haired father yielded his place to Rev. Francis Xavier Talbot S. J., lecturer and bookman. Last week Father Parsons was appointed professor of European history at Georgetown University's graduate school, turned up there at once.


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