Peter Sutherland: A Jesuit Boy

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I am writing on Peter Sutherland as a ‘Jesuit boy’ not to insinuate that his place in history is due to his old school and the religious order that founded it. It is rather to describe, as best I can, the environment in which he developed his admiration of and loyalty to Gonzaga College and the Jesuits, and the consequences of the ‘Jesuit influence’.

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Noel Barber SJ