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Studied at the Seminary of Valparaíso and at the Colegio de los Sagrados Corazones of the same city; then entered the Law School of the Catholic University of Valparaíso; sworn in as a lawyer on April 18, 1916; his thesis was entitled «Comments to Article 193 of the Code of Civil Procedure.»

Practiced law in Valparaíso until 1934; taught Constitutional, Commercial and Administrative Law at the Colegio de los Sagrados Corazones; professor of Constitutional Law at the Universidad de Chile in Valparaíso; professor of Legislation and Labor at the Universidad José Miguel Carrera of the Fundación Federico Santa María in Valparaíso.

In Santiago, at the School of Law, he was extraordinary professor of Constitutional Law in 1934, and in 1937 he was professor of the School and specifically professor of History of Constitutional Law; professor of History of Political Law and Oratory at the Air Academy.

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Joseph Fessio attended Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, California, from 1954 to 1958. Before entering the Jesuit novitiate in 1961, he completed undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. He entered the novitiate on September 7, 1961. Before being ordained a Catholic priest, he received a B.A. (1966) and M.A. (1967) in Philosophy from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. He was ordained a priest on June 10, 1972. At that time he had already obtained the degree of M.A. in Theology for his studies in Lyons, France.

In 1975, he received his doctorate degree in theology from the University of Regensburg, West Germany. His thesis director was Joseph Ratzinger, predecessor of Pope Francis. The topic of his thesis was «The Ecclesiology of Hans Urs von Balthasar».

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Ave Maria is home to several institutions and businesses. Local news is covered by a monthly print magazine, Ave Maria Neighbors, which shares stories of local families, a calendar of events, and topics of human interest in the community.[7][8][9] The city was planned with the large Ave Maria Church in the center, whose façade features a 9-foot sculpture by sculptor Márton Váró.

The town was planned with the large Ave Maria Church at the center, whose facade features sculptor Márton Váró’s 9-meter-high sculpture of the Annunciation, depicting the Archangel Gabriel greeting the Virgin Mary with the words «Ave Maria.»[10][11] Váró’s «Good Shepherd» sculpture is also featured inside the Oratory, also carved in marble from the Michelangelo Cave in Carrara, Italy.[12]

Ave Maria has a severe mosquito problem and was sprayed over 30 times via pesticide plane by the Collier Mosquito Control District in 2015 with organophosphates and pyrethroids,[16] making it the most sprayed area in Southwest Florida. [17] The spokesperson for the Collier Mosquito Control District stated in 2012 to the Ave Maria Herald, «The chemical used in the spraying is Naled, an organophosphate that EPA has determined to be extremely safe.»[18] The 2006 EPA re-registration document for Naled requires a 48-hour re-entry interval for agricultural workers as «Naled can cause cholinesterase inhibition in humans.»[19]

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He did his first studies at the Colegio Argentino de Santiago and then at the Instituto Nacional where he finished his high school education. Later, he began studying Roman Law with Andrés Bello and also philosophy.

In 1850, back in Chile, he published chronicles in the newspaper «El Ferrocarril». He was incorporated as a member of the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities of the University of Chile, and his inaugural speech was published in the Annals of the University and dealt with the «method in philosophy», following the Cartesian doctrines.

During his mandate, the Constitution of 1833 was reformed, and in addition, the study of the Law of Lay Cemeteries was initiated and strong modifications were introduced in the Law of Elections and Municipalities.

In terms of education, women were authorized access to university studies. This was formalized in 1877 through a decree promoted by the Minister of Education Miguel Luis Amunátegui Aldunate, which was called the Amunátegui Decree.