Father Arturo Sosa, elected last 14 October as the 31stsuperior general of the Society of Jesus during the 36thGeneral Congregation, is calling for a “reconciliation in the world” that means “we have to strive for reconciliation between human beings, reconciliation
World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation: together with others to struggle against climate change
From today, September 1 to October 4 it is the ‘Season of Creation’, where Christians are called to take action to show care for the planet and are invited to a global prayer for creation.
Responding to and raising awareness about
JCAP Reconciliation with Creation team
Beginning with gratitude and reflecting on the letter of Father General Adolfo Nicolás in preparation for the 36th General Congregation, the Reconciling with Creation Reflection workshop recently held at the Culture and Ecology Center in Bendum,
The idea of networking was the centre of the 2013 annual social apostolate meeting in the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP). The importance of networking was highlighted by one of the worst forest fires in Indonesia and the resultant
From March 17-19, 2016, Loyola University Chicago hosted its third annual Climate Change Conference, entitled “Global Climate Change: Economic Challenges and Solutions.” This gathering focused on new economics, policies and activism taking place around the world to address climate change.
In the 2011 document Healing a Broken World, Father General Adolfo Nicolas encouraged Jesuits and collaborators to redouble their efforts to encourage environmental stewardship and promote “transformative education” specifically through “curricula that address sustainability issues and imparts a certain level
Representatives of 195 nations attended for more than a week the Paris Climate Conference, another one of the important appointments of the international agenda this year. This last weekend at last was reached a landmark accord that will, for the
Ecojesuit grew out of friendship shared by a few people who wanted to embrace the challenge of caring for creation with a full recognition of embracing the politics, science, economics and technology. It is impossible but we wanted to communicate, to enliven hope and desire that is everywhere.
We have an extremely rare opportunity to encourage and help Jesuit and Catholic Higher Education globally respond to Pope Francis’s upcoming encyclical with a timely commitment to address climate change, ecological destruction, and poverty in their educational programming, institutional structures,
In order to address many of today’s challenges related to ecology and sustainability, it is clear that we have to better understand our changing reality and what science has to tell us about planetary boundaries and where we are exceeding