For anyone with a love of literature or poetry, I recommend Fr. Peter Milward, S.J. He's been actively publishing for 40+ years so there is a lot one can consider. He especially known for his work on Shakespeare and Hopkins among much else that I'm probably not aware of. What's incredible to me is that he's been doing all of this great work in Japan all that time. What a great gift to Japan he is!
The Peter Milward Homepage
The Catholicism of Shakespeare's Plays
A Commentary on the Sonnets of G.M. Hopkins
A Poetic Approach to Ecology
The Simplicity of the West
Fr. Milward is a "Giant Thinker" and a Jesuit as well. I think that by being both of these has something to do with each other. It has to do something with their formation. When you consider a short list of great thinkers in the last century, several great minds are thought of, which include Teilhard, de Lubac, Balthasar, Jungman, Rahner, Hardon, Dulles, Latourelle, Baker, Fessio, Schall, Pacwa, (and Jape of course.!) If I missed anyone of importance, please alert me in the comments. Now of course, one could probably give a counter-list of Jesuits who border on heresy or at least have a schismatic disposition, i.e. Reese, etc. One shouldn't focus on the "sinners" though, but on the "saints." And what a religious community of giant thinkers it is! What other religious order can claim to be equal in the last century? Maybe the Dominicans? ...Congar, Chenu, Garrigou-Lagrange, Sertillanges, Ashley, Di Noia, Cessario, Cameron, O'Donnell, Nichols, etc.