On October 11-13, more than 100 people from Jesuit institutions across the world gathered at Seattle University in Seattle, WA for the 34th Alpha Sigma Nu Triennial Conference. Sponsored by Alpha Sigma Nu (ASN), the only academic honor society to
By Prof. Clement Dsouza
Records show that one of the first Jesuit missions started in India with the arrival of Francis Xavier in the 16th Century and their work in the country has continued to spread throughout the years. Altogether, there
The Refugee & Migrant Education Network (formerly known as the “IIMRE Network”), an initiative working towards connecting universities all over the globe in order to cooperate, research and collaborate in the field of migrant and refugee education, has teamed up with
From October 3 to 5, 2018, the Latin American University Volunteering Forum 2018 will be held at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia, aimed at executives, managers, and professionals who lead voluntary action in the different Latin American Universities,
Directors of Jesuit Missions UK (Paul Chitnis) and Ireland (Fr John Guiney SJ) recently met in Dublin to discuss their strong desire and commitment to create a closer collaboration between the two Jesuit development offices. Both are part of the
By Julia Murphy
During the last week of July, 42 students from 15 Catholic universities, including 14 Jesuit universities, gathered on the campus of John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio for the annual Ignatian Justice Summit. This year’s Summit focused
By Neelam Chopra
It is a dream of every teacher to be associated with an institution like St. Xavier’s School.
It is so because as a Jesuit educator, our strong concern and effort is to aid the development of the whole person so
One Jesuit Buffalo is launching the inaugural “Iggy Fest” on July 31, the feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus.
Kicking off with Mass with the Jesuit community at St. Michael Church (Buffalo, NY) at 5:15
By James T. Keane
A worldwide gathering of theological ethicists in Sarajevo began on July 26 with a personal welcome: a letter of greeting and encouragement from Pope Francis.
The four-day conference, “A Critical Time for Bridge-Building, Catholic Theological Ethics Today,” was organized by
By Jennie Hicke
From July 29 through August 2, 2012, for the first time in the history of the Society of Jesus, with the encouragement of Father General, and under the guidance of the International Commission on the Apostolate of Jesuit