Today in Jesuit History

29 August:
1541: 
Jean Codure, one of the first 10 companions of St. Ignatius, dies in Rome at age 33. He worked with Ignatius to draft the original 49 paragraphs of the Constitutions of the Society and was one of the first Jesuits to be sent on a mission outside of Italy.

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