Yesterday, the first Fe y Alegría Congress in Africa, which took place from January 25th-31st in Chad, came to a close. More than 40 participants gathered together from Chad, Madagascar, Kenya, Togo, Central African Republic, Guinea Conakry, Cameroon, Democratic Republic
In November 2015, the Networking for Justice gathering brought together the main global justice networks of the Social Apostolate of the Society of Jesus in Loyola, Spain to evaluate and promote networking as an important tool in the struggle for justice.
Ignatian Spirituality can serve as a guide for networking by providing us with some features that should be followed in our attempt to build and work within our Networks. We are called to participate in a movement for the redemption of the world in its totality
General Congregation 34 (1995) stressed the need for networking within the Society in a very meaningful text: To exploit more fully the possibilities given us by being an international body
November 14th is a key date in the Society of Jesus. Today, Pedro Arrupe would have turned 108 years old, and we also celebrate the anniversary of the launch of one of his best intuitions. Today, the Jesuit Refugee Service, celebrates its 35th anniversary.
A network of Jesuit teachers in Catalonia, Spain, along with parents and students believe so, and this is why they have started implementing a new innovative educational program called Horizon 2020.
“We want this new school to continuously incorporate new discoveries in pedagogy,
It is common in the application of the modern sciences to the events of the world around us to speak of a global evolving ecosystem pointing towards ever greater interdependence. Regrettably, we rarely imagine that the Church in all its
Over the past few years the ambition and desire by many to work as a “universal body with a universal mission”, as recommended by General Congregation 35 have come to fruition and begun blossoming all over the Jesuit world. One
As a product of more than 10 years of Jesuit education, I often found myself searching for ways to bring Ignatian principles and discernment into what I was doing at home, work, and in my community. Enter the Jesuit Collaborative
The Jesuit Post (TJP) recently celebrated our three year anniversary. As a writer and associate editor for TJP I’m excited to share something of who we are, what we hope to do, and what you (those interested in Jesuit Networking)