Keys to Contemplating the Everyday

Keys to Contemplating the Everyday

“Less is more”: this truism applies even in the field of communication. It holds true if the gaze focusses on contemplation, discerning the keys to reality. This, in turn, elicits a deeper interpretation, recognizing...

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A humanitarian and civic duty for the Jesuits in Sri Lanka

A humanitarian and civic duty for the Jesuits in Sri Lanka

As Sri Lanka’s worst economic disaster in living memory continue to destroy the livelihoods of millions, driven many into poverty and has led to multiple crises, public anger towards...

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Prayer and listening for greater commitment

Prayer and listening for greater commitment

The annual meeting of the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat at the Curia was a full five days of sharing in which interpersonal encounters counted for a lot, but which was intended in particular to deepen and strengthen the commitment to the work of GIAN.

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Awakening, awareness, action, and care – The culture of safeguarding

Awakening, awareness, action, and care – The culture of safeguarding

GC 36 entrusted the promotion of a “consistent culture of protection and safety for minors” within all communities and ministries of the Society of Jesus to our Father General. In response, Fr. General established the "Promotion of a Consistent Culture of Protection" (PCCP) project...

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Father Kino, builder of bridges

Father Kino, builder of bridges

Can a contemporary musical play shed light on one of the most burning issues of the day, namely, the harsh experience of Latin American migrants heading for the United States?

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Conversion in (and of) the history of the Society of Jesus

Conversion in (and of) the history of the Society of Jesus

Conversion, understood as a radical change of life, is part of the history of the Society of Jesus, not only since its origins but even before the Society’s foundation.

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The Jesuit vow of poverty – A testimony from Martin Abad Santos SJ

The Jesuit vow of poverty – A testimony from Martin Abad Santos SJ

Martin Abad Santos is a Filipino Jesuit who has been working for the past twenty years in East Timor, a newly independent country that faces many challenges.

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An exceptional and risky task

An exceptional and risky task

At a time when there is much talk of Russia and also of the relations between the Church of Rome and that of Moscow, we do well to review some of the history of Jesuit involvement in Russia 100 years ago.

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For Faith-Filled Young People – The Pope Video

For Faith-Filled Young People – The Pope Video

We pray for all young people, called to live life to the fullest; may they see in Mary’s life the way to listen, the depth of discernment, the courage that faith generates, and the dedication to service.

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Video series from Fr General – Episode 9

Video series from Fr General – Episode 9

In the ninth chapter of his book, Father Sosa addresses one of the most topical issues in the world, that of caring for our Common Home. The Society of Jesus is committed to collaborating actively with others in addressing the environmental emergency.

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JRS in Athens can count on Sister Ewa

JRS in Athens can count on Sister Ewa

“What we do is a drop in the ocean, but it’s a good drop! The people we accompany don’t know much about JRS as an organisation, but they will remember our faces, they will remember the people.”

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“No one should ever make us despair!”

“No one should ever make us despair!”

The closing years of the 1550s were not particularly pleasant for the Jesuits. Not only did they have to contend with the death of Ignatius in July 1556, but the previous year Paul IV...

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