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A Jesuit Education Reader is a collection of the best contemporary writing on the mission, challenge, and state of Jesuit education. Edited by George W. Traub, SJ, this anthology contains 35 offerings divided into the following themes: the Principle Underlying the Early Jesuit Mission; History; The Current Problematic; Principles; The Issue of Catholic Identity; Ignatian/Jesuit Pedagogy; and Practical Applications. The selections are written by a veritable "Who's Who" of educators and writers, including John W. O'Malley, SJ; Howard Gray, SJ; and many others.
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George W. Traub, SJ, has spent more than two decades fostering a greater understanding of Jesuit mission and identity and has spent almost thirty years in Jesuit education. Currently he is a Jesuit Professor of Theology and Executive Director of Ignatian Programs/Mission and Identity at Xavier University.
An Ignatian Spirituality Reader: An Ignatian Spirituality Reader is a collection of the finest short essays on Ignatian spirituality and its founder, Ignatius Loyola. Edited by George Traub, SJ, the eighteen essays on Ignatian spirituality are conveniently organized by theme.