Saturday, January 19, 2008

Order elects new 'Black Pope'

35th General Congregation Elects Adolfo Nicolás, SJ

Moderator of East Asian Assistancy chosen as 29th successor to St. Ignatius Loyola. (Pressemitteilung)
Jesuits in Rome election pick Spanish priest as their new leader
The Canadian Press - 2 hours ago
Adolfo Nicolas was chosen to serve as superior general, the 29th successor to St. Ignatius Loyola, who founded the Society of Jesus, as the order is ...
Adolfo Nicolas Elected Superior General America Magazine (subscription)
Spaniard becomes Jesuits' new "black pope" Reuters South Africa
Jesuit working in Asia elected new head of order Catholic News Service
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Catholic News Agency
Spaniard Adolfo Nicolás elected new Superior General of the Jesuits
Catholic News Agency, CO - 3 hours ago
Pope Benedict XVI gave his consent on Saturday to the election of the Spanish Jesuit Adolfo Nicolás as the new Superior General of the Society of Jesus. ...
Father Adolfo Nicolás new head of Jesuits
Wanted in Rome, Italy - 7 hours ago
Father Adolfo Nicolás has been elected the new superior general of the Society of Jesus, or the Jesuits, as they are more commonly known. ...
Will the Pope Like the New "Black Pope"?
TIME - 12 minutes ago
The gathering of 217 Jesuit leaders in Rome chose little-known Father Adolfo Nicolas, 71, as their new "Superior General", a position which has historically ...
Spaniard is elected new Jesuit Superior-General
Earthtimes, UK - 5 hours ago
Rome - Spanish cleric Adolfo Nicolas Saturday in Rome was elected the new Superior-General of the Society of Jesus - the Jesuits - the community said on its ...
Jesuits elect new leader
Radio Netherlands, Netherlands - 4 hours ago
Rome - The Roman Catholic order of Jesuits have elected the 71-year-old Spaniard Adolfo Nicholas as their new Superior General. The Jesuits Superior General ...

Spaniard becomes Jesuits' new "black pope"
Reuters South Africa, South Africa - 8 hours ago
By Stephen Brown VATICAN CITY, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Spaniard Adolfo Nicolas was elected the Jesuits' "black pope", as the head of the largest and perhaps most ...


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