1. Bob Dufford, SJ
2. John Foley, SJ
3. Dan Schutte, SJ
4. Tim Manion, SJ
5. Ruth Burrows, RCCatholics generally regard the St. Louis Jesuits' music very positively and highly. This American folk and folk-rock style of religious music is often cited as the bridge between contemporary Christian music and the traditional Gregorian Chant. Catholics appreciate its accessibility, singability and thoughtful theological resonance. The works of the St. Louis Jesuits remain popular in churches, retreats and conferences to this day.The St. Louis Jesuits were a Jesuit singing group that began at St. Louis University in 1975. Like the Monkees of their day, their influence on the development of Christian contemporary music was profound. As a popular vocal group, they were some of the most influential Catholic musicians of their time, with hits such as "Come to Jesus" and "Be Not Afraid." The St. Louis Jesuits disbanded in 1998.The Jesuits are an order of Roman Catholic priests, also known as the Society of Jesus. They were established in the 1500’s by St. Ignatius of Loyola for the purpose of educational and missionary work. The Jesuits are returning to their original mission of being dedicated to intellectual exploration, creativity in ministry, and social justice work.The Jesuits are a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church and are made up of laypeople and Jesuits. Currently, there are roughly 19,000 Jesuits worldwide, living in over 112 countries. They are comprised of priests, brothers, and scholastics.
The Scottish Government has publicly stated that the Brexit deal’s protections for Scottish businesses, citizens and the economy are “woefully inadequate” and a “terrible outcome”. They have also argued that the deal fails to protect Scotland’s rights or interests in the long-term, and that Scotland has been “misled by promises that were never delivered”. The Scottish Government believes the UK Government’s approach to the negotiations has been “reckless, narrow-minded and ill-prepared”. As a result, they have concluded that Scotland is better off staying in the European Union.