The International Congress for Jesuit Education Delegates (JESEDU-RIO2017) with the motto “United in a global network: A fire that kindles other fires” is just a few days away. Organizers and participants are looking forward with “enthusiasm and consolation” to this
From June 28-July 2, 2017, the World Union of Jesuit Alumni (WUJA) met for the first time ever in North America, at John Carroll University, in Cleveland, Ohio. Past events have been in Rome, Versailles, Sydney, Kolkata, Bujumbura and Medellin.
WUJA 2017 gathered renowned, world-class speakers committed
To mark this year’s World Refugee Day, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) and Entreculturas are launching “Education opens the world”, a campaign advocating for educational access for refugees and displaced people around the world, a fundamental right they are too
The Jesuit Mission Offices and NGOs that form the Xavier Network held the first of two annual meetings in Vienna, Austria from 22nd to 24th March, 2017.
The Xavier Network is made up of thirteen jesuit organisations working on Mission and Development. These institutions share
We share an extract of Fr. General Arturo Sosa, SJ speech during his first trip to India, the last February 18th 2017, more specifically in the Vidyajoti Theology School, inviting Jesuit education faculties to come up in an only body.
“The 36th General Congregation
Jesuits in two Jesuit Conferences have agreed to collaborate on a research project to promote better understanding and dialogue among Muslims and Christians in Asia. The 10 Jesuits from the Conferences of Asia Pacific and South Asia came to this
On the occasion of the International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers on 12 February 2017, two international networks, Entreculturas and the Jesuit Refugee Service, have joined Pope Francis’ monthly intention to pray and mobilise for the end of
Regarding the latest events related to the migratory policies the U.S. President Donald Trump has issued, the Mexican Province of the Society of Jesus and the Conference of Latin American Provincials (CPAL) are joining the statement of the Jesuit Conference of
Ignatian-inspired initiatives in light of Trump’s inauguration: prayers of solidarity and an open letter to refugees and migrants
Recognizing the convulsed times that may be coming as President-Elect Trump takes office, Catholic communities across the country joined together in “prayers of light” for immigrants on Thursday, the night before his inauguration. The national effort is coordinated by the Ignatian Solidarity
2016 was an important year for the Society of Jesus. During the months of October and November, its 36th General Congregation was celebrated. Besides electing Fr Arturo Sosa as the new Superior General, the Jesuits discussed the challenges facing the order in