All posts by Armel Setubi, SJ

Armel Setubi, SJ, was born in Cameroon, a West-Central African country often referred to as the "miniaturized Africa." The stories of Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ, after the dropping of the atomic bomb in Japan had a great influence on his decision to join the Jesuits. He is currently a graduate biomedical student at Georgetown University with a concentration in biochemistry and molecular biology. Setubi is an advocate of women’s rights and an anti-racist activist. He enjoys playing the saxophone and stories of crooked saints.

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Top 10 Jesuit Events of the 2010s

Top 10 Jesuit Events of the 2010s

What a decade for the Jesuits! The 2010s included Sister Jean’s Final Four run, Missy Franklin’s gold medals, new books by James Martin, S.J., the founding of Arrupe College in Chicago, the canonization of Peter Faber, the birth of The Jesuit Post, and (oh yeah!) the election of Pope Francis. Let’s count down the TOP TEN Jesuit events of the decade.