I am reading into Society of Jesus, seeking to uncover its parallels and differences with Orthodox Christianity. It is attested the Jesuit order was formed in France on August 15th 1534, by Ignatius de Loyola and approved by Pope Paul III in Rome on September 1540 [REF] when presented with an outline; unable to uncover this outline, I am interested in discovering the extent in which the order had evangelized according to its Byzantine roots from this point in history on to this present day.

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    What's your evidence for any "Byzantine roots"? – Matt Gutting Aug 6 '18 at 2:34
  • I do ask generally and base on the evidence of being instated by the Pope, who's relations extend well with the Eastern Orthodox Church (see wiki). – aitía Aug 6 '18 at 3:13

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