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Bryan P. Galligan, SJ studies social philosophy at Loyola University Chicago, where he has written about the intersections between human rights and natural ecosystems. He also has a background in marine ecology. Bryan was born in Rhode Island, where he was mostly raised by a kind family of pinnipeds. Sadly, he was eventually rejected by his pinniped brethren due to his propensity to seek out and spend time with sharks (what a polarized world we live in). He later studied biology and theology at Fordham University and worked as a fisheries biologist before entering the Jesuits in 2017.

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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.