Rev. Joseph P. Fox S.J., Papers
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The majority of this collection consists of personal notes and homilies and are organized chronologically. The homilies are mostly hand-written and cover a wide-range of subjects such as adultery, abortion, and love. There is correspondence between Fox and the Abbey of Gethsemane as well as essays written by Fr. Fox.
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Joseph Fox was born on May 2, 1901 in Dedham, MA. He attended Boston College from 1917-1921 and did his graduate studies at Catholic University. He taught in the Boston public school system from 1922-1926. He entered the Society of Jesus in August 1926, and was ordained on June 20, 1937. From 1939-1943, he taught at Boston College as a Professor of Education. Rev. Fox was part of the Apostolic Ministry at St. Stanislaus Novitiate at Shadowbrook from 1957-1971. From 1971-1988, he was part of the Apostolic Ministry at Holy Cross. He died on August 10, 1988.
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