Former students of Jesuit Schools of Argentina and Uruguay met for the 1st. InterAsia Meeting, which took place in the city of Santa Fe in Argentina, from Friday 17 and until Sunday 19 August. The place chosen for the meeting
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
By Nekane Lauzirika
The University of Deusto was since July 9th the epicenter of Jesuit universities. Until July 12th, around 300 rectors and leaders of more than 200 universities, colleges and Jesuit institutions of higher education from all over the world
The most recently established school in the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific is entering into a partnership with the oldest Jesuit University in the United States.
The Xavier Learning Community (XLC), which is located in Thailand’s northern Chiang Rai Province to
The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) has a new network that aims to foster a more active and organized sharing of Ignatian Spirituality in Asia Pacific. The Ignatian Spirituality Network (ISN) formally came into being at its first official
The Superior General of the Society of Jesus invites Jesuits to think more in terms of ‘we collaborate’ rather than ‘they collaborate’
[This is an adapted version in English of the post published originally in Spanish in the blog of InfoSJ]
The visit of the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Arturo Sosa SJ, to the PAL (Local Apostolic Platform) of Valladolid, Villagarcía and
On April 11th and 12th, Jesuits from the Conference of Provincials of Latin America and the Caribbean (CPAL) held an extraordinary meeting in Panama City to discuss the Venezuelan situation and to formulate collaborative proposals with the mission of the
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” These words that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. penned from the Birmingham Jail, on 16 April, 1963, have a deep import, and are well expounded by the following words of his: “In
Most people would not expect the Catholic Church to have maverick leaders in its midst and certainly not at the top. Though perhaps at first sight somewhat unexpected, Pope Francis has in many respects the characteristics of a maverick leader. Will his
This story is about a boy in the 1970s who attended a Jesuit high school in Manhattan. I took the train to Regis high school every day, and then also attended university. Like many in my class, I was the