In my previous post, I expressed how GC35 helps us to think of new forms of subdivision within a conference: regions or projects involving several parts of different provinces but with a similar way to respond to their mission. We might
In this post is part of a writing from the Social Coordinators of the Jesuit Conferences and it briefly stresses the importance of taking seriously the themes of redemption, dialogue and openness, generosity and trust, detachment from power, discernment, and rigorous analysis, as
We all know how to navigate. We type our address of destination into Google maps, and then the GPS device tells us, turn right in 500 meters, or turn left in 500 meters. But believe it or not, Christopher Columbus did
Have you ever thought what would happen if all the works of the Society of Jesus could coordinate to create a world project in common? Are you aware of the possibilities that concerted action offers to organizations like ours, present
A research group from the Boler School of Business at John Carroll University is launching a preliminary survey in order to understand attitudes and behaviors regarding Jesuit Networking and Collaboration.
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