Jesuit Service Month – Fairfield University

Jesuit Service Month – Fairfield University

Five years ago, Pope Francis missioned the Society of Jesus with the Universal Apostolic Preferences (UAPs), a set of four ministerial “accents” for the Society to serve the needs of the Church over the following ten years. At the halfway point...

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One Shared Humanity – Manifesto

One Shared Humanity – Manifesto

As global challenges increase, so does the urgency to overcome the destructive feelings that separate us and fuel hatred towards the “other”. This World Refugee Day we join JRS and other partners in urging everyone to go beyond labels and recognise the humanity we share.

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World Day Against Child Labour – 12 June

World Day Against Child Labour – 12 June

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Jacques Berthieu, Jesuit missionary and martyr who dedicated his life to the Madagascans

Jacques Berthieu, Jesuit missionary and martyr who dedicated his life to the Madagascans

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Empowering Jesuits in Communication

Empowering Jesuits in Communication

From 16-21 May 2024, the serene community of Hekima in Nairobi hosted a bootcamp on videography and photography. The event brought together Jesuit scholastics interested in honing their skills in visual storytelling, underscoring the vital role of communication...

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Cambodia and the challenge of interreligious dialogue || Jesuits at the Frontiers

Cambodia and the challenge of interreligious dialogue || Jesuits at the Frontiers

For Jesuits, Cambodia offers an ideal environment for living and engaging in interreligious dialogue. Beyond mere words, Jesuits collaborate actively to serve the common good, fostering mutual respect.

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United in the Sacred Heart of Jesus

United in the Sacred Heart of Jesus

In the Catholic tradition, while May is known as “the month of Mary”, June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Since the 17th century, when Father Claude de la Colombière was given the mission of promoting this devotion which is essentially based on the love...

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Is ecological justice integral to social justice?

Is ecological justice integral to social justice?

How the commitment to ecology and the environment was born and matured over the past 50 years in the Society of Jesus.

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Summer School on Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Summer School on Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

The Society of Jesus is actively involved in inter-religious dialogue. In India, the first focus, in fact, could be a dialogue between Christians and Hindus. However, given the often-exacerbated tensions with Muslim communities, the Jesuits are also involved in dialogue...

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A family for others

A family for others

In 2012, the United Nations proclaimed 1 June as ‘Global Day of Parents’ to honour parents around the world. The Society of Jesus joins in this celebration and today offers the testimony of a married couple guided by Ignatian spirituality as they raise their children.

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For those fleeing their own countries – The Pope Video

For those fleeing their own countries – The Pope Video

Let us pray that migrants fleeing from war or hunger, forced to undertake journeys fraught with danger and violence, may find welcome and new living opportunities in their host countries.

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For children, the future is built on sharing

For children, the future is built on sharing

“Dear young friends, the fact is that we cannot be happy all by ourselves, because our joy increases to the extent that we share it. Joy is born of gratitude for the gifts we have received and which we share in turnand it grows in our relationships with others.”

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