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Colegio Máximo de San José

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Established  1931
Province  Buenos Aires Province
Founded  1931
Website  www.jesuitas-sm.com.ar
Phone  +54 11 4455-7992
Affiliation  Roman Catholic (Jesuit)
Director  Rev. Jorge P. Black, SJ
Location  San Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Address  Av. Ricardo Balbín 3226, B1663NEF San Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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The Colegio Máximo de San José (English: Maximum College of St. Joseph) is a Jesuit religious college in San Miguel, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Pope Francis studied in it during his youth.

History

When the Jesuits first established in San Miguel, they bought a terrain of 36 hs. and established a school in it. The terms "Colegio máximo" ("Maximum College") is an internal standard in the Society of Jesus for schools of philosophy and theology, the most important studies in a Jesuit's career. It was established in 1932, with the approval of the Vatican. The degrees of philosophy and theology have civil value since 1967 and 1968.

References

Colegio Máximo de San José Wikipedia


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