Translation of Jesuit in Spanish:


jesuita, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒɛʒəwət//ˈdʒɛzəwət//ˈdʒɛz(j)ʊɪt/


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    jesuita masculine
    • He did, however, encourage new orders such as the Jesuits, Barnabites and Ursulines.
    • There are separate church procedures in Melbourne and for any complaints against priests of the Jesuit order.
    • In the June table of contents, we miscalculated the age of the Jesuit order of priests.
    • The royal children would have been handed over to the Jesuits for education, led by the gentle and intelligent Father Garnet.
    • The Society of Jesus, the Jesuits, was among the most prominent of these new orders.
    • The Christian mission led by the Jesuits arrived at a messy time in Chinese history.
    • History tells us that in the sixteenth century Ignatius Loyola decreed that henceforth all priests of the Jesuit order must wear a collar.
    • This book is an anthology of personal prayers by Jesuits from the Society's beginning down to the present day.
    • The Pope sacrificed the Jesuits in order to appease neighbouring rulers.
    • Kino was an Italian Jesuit missionary who ministered in California and the Southwest.
    • There are 203 Jesuits, including priests, brothers and scholastics, in Ireland.
    • Tonight at dinner in my community I will mention this to my brother Jesuits.
    • Some of it pertains strictly to the needs and history of the Jesuits, but in other ways it speaks to the church as a whole.
    • The missionary Jesuit order developed a speciality in clinical depictions of torturous martyrdoms.
    • The founder of the Jesuits, Ignatius Loyola, must be seen as a key player during it.
    • What Jesuit higher education was is clear, but all the authors reject a return to the past.
    • The Jesuits quickly restored religious zeal among believers in southern Europe.
    • In some ways they were only doing what the Jesuits and other Catholics had done for 150 years.
    • More troubling was the Jesuits ' lack of academic grounding in the new disciplines.
    • The most successful of the new orders was the Jesuits founded by Loyola.