Jesuits (The Society of Jesus)

How do you become a Jesuit?

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Answered 2014-07-02 19:34:22

Becoming a Jesuit priest is a rather long process. The vocation should be a calling that comes from God and training should be taken in a Jesuit institution. It ends with Holy Orders and Ordination.

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