The Catholic identity of our educational apostolate

The Catholic identity of our educational apostolate

The Expanded Council of Fr. General met during the week of 12-16 September in Rome. The theme of this council was the Catholic identity of our educational apostolate in the current socio-political context.

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“Four Dreams…” The winners of the “Four Dreams” film competition.

“Four Dreams…” The winners of the “Four Dreams” film competition.

At the IAJU General Assembly in Boston on 4 August 2022, the five winners of the competition were announced, one winner for each of the UAPs and one Grand Prize. Discover the winning entry!

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The Catholic identity of our educational mission

The Catholic identity of our educational mission

Father General’s Extended Council, the Consiglio Allargato, began one of its three annual meetings today, 12 September. The Extended Council brings together not only the General Assistants but also the Sector Secretaries and...

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“SKAC is valuable because God works through it” – The Catholic Student Centre in Zagreb

“SKAC is valuable because God works through it” – The Catholic Student Centre in Zagreb

Almost every student and young person in Zagreb knows about SKAC because it is a place where they can get involved, help those in need, and meet new people. Thanks to that holistic approach of the different programs offered, SKAC prepares young men and women to respond effectively to life’s challenges.

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A new way to handle life and society

A new way to handle life and society

To observe that the works of the Society are devoted to education, formation in the arts or encouraging small business ventures, is hardly original. However, this is new in the Cuban context...

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A culture of collaboration to become persons with and for others

A culture of collaboration to become persons with and for others

On Thursday, 14 July, Fr. General Arturo Sosa SJ spoke during the X Congress of the World Union of Jesuit Alumni (WUJA) at the San Ignacio Sarria College in Barcelona.

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The state of Jesuit education in the world

The state of Jesuit education in the world

The International Commission on the Apostolate of Jesuit Education (ICAJE) met in Rome from May 17 to 20. This was the first in-person ICAJE meeting since the COVID pandemic started in 2020.

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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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For Jesuits in East Africa challenges are blessings

For Jesuits in East Africa challenges are blessings

The General Curia is once again hosting visitors. A "colloquium", a session for 16 new Provincials, appointed during the pandemic period, has just begun this week. We interviewed one of them...

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Who do you want to be?

Who do you want to be?

The General Curia in partnership with Christian Life Communities (CLC), the Global Secretariat of Education and Educate Magis designed a worldwide campaign called “Who Do You Want to Be?”

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Pope Francis to speak live with students of the Americas!

Pope Francis to speak live with students of the Americas!

In a historic first, Pope Francis will be speaking directly to University students from across the Americas. Titled, "Building Bridges North South: A Synodal Encounter Between Pope Francis and University Students"...

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A journey towards Competence, Conscience, Compassion, and Commitment

A journey towards Competence, Conscience, Compassion, and Commitment

The Servicio Social Javeriano (SSJ – Xaverian Social Service) has become the symbol of the teaching of values we offer our students. It’s the culmination of a holistic formation that they begin in infant school (for 3-5 year olds) and end before their last year of high school.

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