The road less traveled

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The Road Less Traveled

The once-active volcano, Mount Ungaran in Central Java, releases puffs of sulfuric gas from natural vents. The site, within walking distance of the nine Hindu temples in Central Java and nearby pool of hot springs, is where Tiro Daenuwy, S.J., Arts ’08, makes his home. After graduating, Daenuwy worked as a consultant for private business intelligence before he joined the Indonesian Province of the Society of Jesus in 2013. He is doing his regency as a Jesuit intern in a small parish in Danan, Central Java, Indonesia. “As a Jesuit seminarian, I have done work with refugees and vocations promotion as well as some organic farming,” he says.•

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