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The members of the Society of Jesus tell their fascinating story in Woodstock Letters, a journal published from 1872 to 1969 at the Jesuits' Woodstock, Maryland, scholasticate. Restricted for many years to "circulation among ours only," the periodical candidly reveals Jesuit activities and influence. Woodstock Letters is one of the most extensive and literate sources for Jesuit information in existence, providing access to scholarly historical and biographical essays related to Catholic history; contemporaneous reports on news from Rome and from parishes, schools, and universities in the United States; and obituaries, book reviews, and much more.

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