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A Call to Vision, A Jesuit's Perspective on the World details the story of my 'vocation within a vocation' as a Jesuit Photographer with 188 photographs from around the world in a 224 page portrait format, 9.5 x 12 inches, coffee table book.

It is the third book in my 'Visions' trilogy: Crying for a Vision, 1976, Vision Quest: Men, Women and Sacred Sites of the Sioux Nation, 1994, and now, A Call to Vision, 2012.

It includes; black and white photographs from my early work with Native Americans, as well as later color work, images from my contributions to Day of the Life . . " book series, photographs from a personal project on Hospice and birth, and recent photographs of Jesuits and their work around the world, especially with Jesuit Refugee Service.

Your purchase of my latest book is tax exempt under the auspices of the Jesuit Community at Creighton University. Your donation is deposited in Creighton University's Vision Quest Fund for scholarships to Native Americans and for support of the Jesuit Refugee Service.

 

 

224 pages of stunning full color and black & white images

224 pages of stunning full color and black & white images

DON DOLL, S.J. is a JESUIT PRIEST and well-known photographer whose work has been featured in National Geographic, and eight of the Day in the Life of... books. His two books on Native Americans are: Crying for a Vision, and Vision Quest: Men, Women and Sacred Sites of the Sioux Nation

In May of 1997, Fr. Doll was awarded the prestigious Kodak Crystal Eagle Award for Impact in Photojournalism at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, for his many years of work with Native Americans. 

For the past decade, Doll has traveled the world photographing Jesuit works, especially for the Jesuit Refugee Service in Uganda, Southern Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, the Congo, Chad, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.