From May to August 2017, the Jesuit Networking initiative, led by Entreculturas, launched a survey to better understand the dynamics of collaboration when it comes to the Universal Mission of the Society of Jesus. The survey was answered by 2,710
“The world is our house”. With this sentence, Jerónimo Nadal, one of the first Jesuits, starts the main part of the 2017 Yearbook of the Society of Jesus, dedicated to the Jesuit commitment with the communities and the indigenous cultures.
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
The General Congregation (GC) of the Jesuits is the highest governing body of this religious congregation. It is usually only called for to elect the successor of the Superior General, and this is precisely the case of the General Congregation
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,
Every boy and girl, every adolescent and grown up have the right to education from the moment they are born. This right is never lost. Under no circumstances should this right be neglected, regardless of gender, age or country of
Networking is a phenomenon that has frequently been empowered through social networks and online relationships. Every network has its own characteristics, but no professional, or even personal field, can stay away from this new kind of interaction. However, not all
During this week of April, the online communication tool of the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN) of the Right to Education celebrates its first anniversary. Since its first steps, GIAN detected the need to raise awareness and make the reality
European Civil Society, Catholic organizations and particularly the organizations of the Society of Jesus, are reacting with astonishment and disgust to the European Union’s decision to carry out massive deportation of refugees that are now inside the Union territory to Turkey.
Throughout the third week of November Jesuits and laypeople gathered in Loyola, Spain coming from some of the most important global networks of the Social Apostolate of the Society of Jesus around the world, to reflect on the importance of networking in