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This is a Special Order book which has to be individually ordered from the Institute of Jesuit Sources in St Louis, USA. It may take up to a month to arrive. If you are shopping from the US it may be quicker and cheaper to order directly from the IJS (http://www.jesuitsources.com/)

Pedro Arrupe SJ, One Jesuit's Spiritual Journey

Father Pedro Arrupe was superior general of the Jesuits from 1965 to 1983. In these autobiographical interviews he recounts highlights of his life in many continents of the world.

With openness and simplicity he speaks of his childhood in Bilbao, medical studies in Madrid, service of the sick and verification of miracles in Lourdes, priestly studies in Holland and the United States, missionary work in Japan, and service to the sick and dying after the explosion of the atomic bomb in August, 1945; then of his election as general in Rome on May 22, 1965, his relations with Popes Paul VI and John Paul I and II, and his other activities in the Church and world affairs until his resignation because of illness, September 3, 1983.

Of greater importance, however, is his simultaneous spiritual journey which emerges as these pages are turned. His book reveals the functioning of his mind as well as the spiritual principles which inspired him amid the complexities of his long term as general. He was guiding and governing the Jesuits in the transitional years after Vatican Council II. It was a period of rapid changes and puzzling new developments, often amid controversies.

This book, therefore, discloses the interior wellsprings of a fascinating personality. But beyond that, it will be important in future years for historians and others who will need to recount and interpret the activities and initiatives of his generalate.

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Price: 6.00 paperback; 7.00 hardback

About $10.16 or €7.58 paperback; $11.86 or €8.84 hardback


ISBN (paperback): 978 0 912422 69 5
ISBN (hardback): (10-digit)

Publisher: Institute of Jesuit Sources






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