Faith inspiring science – Vatican Observatory || Jesuits at the Frontiers

Faith inspiring science – Vatican Observatory || Jesuits at the Frontiers

In the vast expanse of the cosmos, where questions of existence and meaning collide, there exists a unique intersection of faith and science. A convergence embodied by Jesuit astronomers. At the Vatican observatory, several Jesuits...

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An Endless Easter

An Endless Easter

Imagine this: you finally conquer that mountain you’ve been training for, the view from the peak is breathtaking, but then... you just pack up and go home? Easter can feel a bit like that sometimes. After the long period of lent, we celebrate the victory, the resurrection...

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The Jesuit Vocation: a call to something “more”

The Jesuit Vocation: a call to something “more”

The call to religious life and the priesthood is a profound one, inviting young men to a life of service and dedication for the greater glory of God. For individuals yearning for something more, or moved with a desire to live a life of purpose and meaning, the Society of Jesus offers a path...

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The murder of Fr Frans van der Lugt – 10 years later

The murder of Fr Frans van der Lugt – 10 years later

“On this tenth anniversary of the assassination of Fr Frans van der Lugt in his home in Homs (Syria), we bear witness to how much he is still alive and active in the hearts of the many people who were in contact with him...”

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Rwanda – Thirty years after the genocide

Rwanda – Thirty years after the genocide

Rwanda is warming up to commemorate the genocide against the Tutsi for the thirtieth time. In 1994, the world witnessed one of the most brutal genocide of the human history. It started in the night of 7 April...

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The proclamation of the Resurrection is communication

The proclamation of the Resurrection is communication

There is no doubt that communication is a powerful tool for evangelisation today. On Easter morning, the Risen Christ sent Mary Magdalene to announce to the disciples that he was alive. The first announcement was...

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For the role of women – The Pope Video

For the role of women – The Pope Video

Let us pray that the dignity and worth of women be recognized in every culture, and for an end to the discrimination they face in various parts of the world.

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Lead the Ecological conversion

Lead the Ecological conversion

SJES invites Jesuits to join the Laudato Si’ Animator course. The secretary invites all companions to take advantage of this free online course on integral ecology promoted by the Laudato Si’ Movement.

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Easter – A time of wonder, surprise, amazement and new life

Easter – A time of wonder, surprise, amazement and new life

An invitation to meet the risen Jesus, who comes to meet us as a Consoler and Friend.

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Good Friday – The cross, our hope

Good Friday – The cross, our hope

In Peter Girasek’s painting “Calvary”, the viewer is confronted by a multicolored canvas where a yellow cross, symbolizing Christ’s crucifixion, stands as a beacon of solemnity amidst swirling hues.

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Holy Thursday – With the Broken ones

Holy Thursday – With the Broken ones

The broken ones,
Bruised by the miseries,
Wearied by the burdens of life...

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Training next generation media enthusiasts

Training next generation media enthusiasts

Three words - Storytelling, Liberation, and Companionship - will succinctly surmise the four-day media bootcamp organized for ten scholastics from De Nobili College (DNC), Pune. Facilitated by the Communications Office of the General Curia and JCSA...

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