whats does jesuit mean?
What is your understanding of our Jesuit identity and values? Can you tell us about situations where you have approached your work in ways that suggest a good fit
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
A Jesuit is a member of the a Roman Catholic religious order founded by Ignatius of Loyola in 1534.NOUN
1. member of Roman Catholic religious order: a member of the Society of Jesus, a Roman Catholic religious order engaged in missionary and educational work worldwide. The order was founded by Saint Ignatius Loyola in 1534 with the objective of defending Catholicism against the Reformation.
2. offensive term: an offensive term for somebody regarded as crafty or scheming, especially somebody who uses deliberately ambiguous or confusing words to deceive others ( insult )
1. of Jesuits: relating to or belonging to the members of the Society of Jesus
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- Anonymous5 years ago
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Typical mission of a Jesuit school will often contain such concepts as proposing Christ as the model of human life, the pursuit of excellence in teaching and learning and lifelong spiritual and intellectual growth. Other well known Jesuit colleges are Holy Cross, Boston College, and Georgetown.
- CarolLv 45 years ago
Catholics don't generally consider anyone non-Catholic a Christian and Christians don't consider Catholicism Christian. Why? Because the Catholics look to the Pope before God and the Virgin Mary before Christ. They also have changed the ten commandments into their own set. See Exodus 20 in a normal Bible and note that the 4th commandment says the 7th day is Holy. The Catholics say they changed that day to Sunday. By whose authority??? If you would both study the Bible (not the Catholic version either) you might find you are on the same page after all. But two people from different religions will never work unless one changes to the other. Are you williing to compromise??