Jesuit Global Network of Schools
The most important thing in life is not to do extraordinary things, but to do the ordinary things in an extraordinary way.
The Secretariat for Secondary and Pre-Secondary Jesuit Education invite all educators and members of school communities in Jesuit schools around the world to participate in the Eucharist to be held on the occasion of the official launch of the Jesuit Global Network of Schools on the 400th anniversary of the death of St. John Berchmans.
The Eucharist will be broadcast online in English, with commentators in Spanish and French from the Church of St Ignatius in Rome, and will be presided by Fr. General Arturo Sosa, SJ, on 26 November 2021, at 17:00 UTC. All are cordially invited!
REGISTER AND PARTICIPATE HERE
WATCH THE LIVE STREAMING DIRECT FROM SAINT IGNATIUS CHURCH IN ROME
*This live-streaming will be transmitted in English only
St. John Berchmans was an enthusiastic student, an excellent orator and a cheerful and generous friend. He has been described as a young man of exemplary life.
On the 400th Anniversary of his death, we wish to honor his legacy with the official foundation of the Jesuit Global Network of Schools on his feast day. Let us pray together, Jesuit and Companion Schools, to affirm our shared identity.
The Jesuit Global Network of Schools will be an expression of a common identity and our commitment to contribute to a universal body with a universal mission.
Lent is an invitation to prayer and reflection - a time to discern who we are and what we are called to be. To enter into that prayer we must also look at the people and experiences that formed us.
The General Curia in collaboration with Educate Magis invites teachers, retreat leaders and youth ministers to engage the valuable resource, “Who Do You Want to Be? - A Video Series to Light Your Path” as a way to accompany your students during Lent.
The Society of Jesus has been developing a specific programme for Thai seminarians and members of religious congregations in Thailand for the past five years. This is the Xavier Immersion Program. We interviewed its academic director, the Jesuit Tom Michel.
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Pham Ngo Hoang Dung, known to all as Dzung, is a young Vietnamese Jesuit priest who committed himself to the Region of Thailand. We met him at the Seven Fountains Spiritual Centre and asked him what brought him to Thailand.
“Street life is a parallel society that co-exists alongside what we call normal society. It has its own rules and habits, even its own language. And just as parallel lines never meet, neither do these two worlds. They may exist side by side...”