Thursday, February 28, 2008

The Shadowbrook Jesuit Seminary, Now A Pagan Religous Center

In 1922, the New England Province of the Society of Jesus purchased the Shadowbrook estate, which the Jesuits used as a seminary. The entire structure burned to the ground in a tragic fire in 1956, in which four of the Jesuits died. The Society then built the current brick structure on the site, maintaining their operation of the property until 1970, when they could no longer support it. The building stood empty for many years (13) until the New Age Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health purchased it in 1983.

Shadowbrook connections (here) , (here) , (here) , (here) , (here) , (here) , (here) and (here)

1 comment:

A Simple Sinner said...

Aren't most North American Jesuit houses of formation pagan?

Ohhhhhhh you mean they sold it to pagans outside the Society!