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In his nearly thirty-year preparation for the film Silence, Martin Scorsese called on a number of consultants, including James Martin, S.J., who worked with Mr. Scorsese and the American actors for two years. Here, Father Martin, editor-at-large of America and author of many books including Jesus: A Pilgrimage and the Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything (New York, ny : HarperOne, 2014) discusses his participation in what many are calling Scorsese’s masterpiece with Robert A. Maryks, associate professor of history at Boston College, where he teaches a course on representations of Jesuits in film.

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Jesuit official and unofficial consultants (including James Martin, S.J., whom I interviewed for the 4.2 issue of the Journal of Jesuit Studies [doi: 10.1163/22141332-00402001) focuses more on the true meaning of Jesuit ministry rooted in Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises . Rodrigues

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Elicura, 1612  250 Andrew Redden Knowledge and Counsel in Giovanni Botero’s Ragion di stato  270 Harald E. Braun Interviews “That’s what missionary work is all about, loving people”: A Conversation with James Martin, S.J. 291 James

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order. The book begins with a preface by the editor (ix–x) and an introduction by James Martin, S.J. (xi–xxiv). It ends with Martin’s interview with Dulles when he was named a cardinal of the Catholic Church in 2001. The first section is also the largest with fourteen essays. It is interesting to note

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James Martin, S.J.). Many additional essays display a personalist cast and attention to social justice—two qualities that characterize the works of the Society of Jesus in today’s church and world. The co-editors are both journalists, so this is ultimately more of a popular than an academic

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Gandhi. It will be a surprise to few that Fr. James Martin, S.J., has been chosen to join this roster; and yet his age at the time of this selection may indeed come as a surprise: Martin is fifty-six. Neither Orbis’s decision nor Martin’s age, however, prevent James Martin: Essential Writings from

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extensively on spiritual direction and prayer; or James Martin, S.J. (b.1960), whose books treat some of the same themes as devotional literature prior to the suppression, including lives of the saints and meditations on the passion of Christ. James Martin, S.J., My Life with the Saints (Chicago: Loyola

in Jesuit Historiography Online

Shūsaku Endō’s famous novel Silence  ( Chinmoku , 1966), which was translated into English by William Johnston, S.J. in 1969. It was made into a full-length feature film directed by Martin Scorsese with the collaboration of James Martin, S.J. in 2016.  (There has since been some debate about whether

in Jesuit Historiography Online

figure of Christ, no cross. We watched the whole film under the arms of Jesus. The day before we had shown it to Jesuits from all over the world, including a lot of Asian ones, and their reactions were pretty strong.” 27 James Martin, S.J., America ’s editor at large and a consultant for Scorsese

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Ex-mas Feast” had been accepted by “The New Yorker, the Holy Grail of writers,” and then adds: “Uwem Akpan, I hope, will soon be a name you will search for in your local book store. The New Yorker is already helping with that”; James Martin, S.J., “Of Many Things,” America Press (2006): 1, www

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