A light sparkling in the Honduran shadows

A light sparkling in the Honduran shadows

ERIC/Radio Progreso is our social apostolate here in Honduras, a part of the Province of Central America. Our approach is based on two major principles: firstly, faith in the liberating strength of the poor, and secondly, in the justice that springs from faith in Christ...

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Are the Jesuits of the 16th century and the Jesuits of today very different?

Are the Jesuits of the 16th century and the Jesuits of today very different?

Camilla Russell is Head of Publications at the Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu(IHSI) of the Archives of the Society of Jesus in Rome. She is Australian by birth and affiliated to the University of Newcastle in Australia. Specialist in the Renaissance, her latest book...

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You can all embark on a fantastic pilgrimage!

You can all embark on a fantastic pilgrimage!

You can now visit all the places connected to life of St Ignatius of Loyola - be it in a real journey, or virtually from your home. Download now the ‘Jesuit Pilgrimage’ app and help make the biggest pilgrimage ever in history.

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Radio IBERO: an “alternative space” on air in Mexico City

Radio IBERO: an “alternative space” on air in Mexico City

There are 32 FM radio stations in Mexico City... how does Radio IBERO fit in? How does it represent the Ignatian spirit that a Jesuit university wishes to witness in the Mexican society? We spoke with the station’s director, Alejandro Cárdenas.

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Federico Lombardi, a great steward of Church communications

Federico Lombardi, a great steward of Church communications

A man truly respected by all who have known him both as a Jesuit companion and in his various communications roles in the Catholic Church, Federico Lombardi has just celebrated his 80th birthday and, most especially, his 50th anniversary of priestly life.

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The story of a crazy idea

The story of a crazy idea

Peter was covered head to foot in tattoos: not the usual look for an R.E. teacher. And at a very young age, he had ended up in a gang. Then, several years ago, he had watched a Dutch television reality show...

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World Refugee Day 2022

World Refugee Day 2022

The theme for World Refugee Day 2022 is “Whoever. Wherever. Whenever. Everyone has the right to seek safety.” and calls for the right of every person to seek safety – whoever they are, wherever they come from and whenever they are forced to flee.

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Listening with the ear of the heart

Listening with the ear of the heart

This is a worthy goal for all our interpersonal relationships, and a worthy goal also for those who work in the field of communications... including our team here at the General Curia of the Society of Jesus.

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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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Major Superiors learning together

Major Superiors learning together

The corridor of visitors’ rooms at the General Curia began to come alive again in November. Among the guests, 14 new Major Superiors...

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Supporting the Ignatian Year through publishing

Supporting the Ignatian Year through publishing

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Jesuit communications around the world

Jesuit communications around the world

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