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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Fr. Robert Araujo, S.J., R.I.P.

I had the pleasure of learning from, blogging with, and being inspired by Fr. Robert Araujo, S.J. -- a gentle interlocutor, a caring teaching, a careful teacher, a good priest -- for more than ten years.  Those Prawfs readers who also had the chance to read Fr. Araujo's posts at Mirror of Justice know that -- whether or not one agreed with him -- he was a model of civil and thoughtful engagement with questions that matter.

If you didn't know him, I'd encourage you to re-read the inspiring "goodbye" he posted, at MOJ (here ), last August, when he went into hospice care.  And for those unfamiliar with his story, and with the range of his scholarship, here is the link to his faculty web page at Loyola.  Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.  May he rest in peace.

Posted by Rick Garnett on October 22, 2015 at 09:19 AM in Rick Garnett | Permalink


How Blessed we are that Father Robert used his talents to serve God and thus The Common Good. May His Faithful servant, Father Robert Araujo, rest in The Peace of Christ.

Posted by: N.D. | Jun 18, 2016 9:55:17 PM

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