Religion: Two Loves

The Very Rev. Martin Cyril D'Arcy, S.J., has greying, curly hair and burning eyes. He is a philosopher, an esthete, and one of the most important Roman Catholic churchmen in England. As Provincial of the Society of Jesus in England, Father D'Arcy is administrative head of approximately 800 Jesuits.

Even before he became the Jesuit Provincial (in 1945), sharp-featured Father D'Arcy had an unusually widespread influence. As Master of Oxford's Roman Catholic Campion Hall (for more than a decade), he turned its three-story building into a religious museum of valuable paintings, rare books, tokens. His urbane charm and cultivated mind have influenced...

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