The Ignatian Examen at Wah Yan College

The Ignatian Examen at Wah Yan College

Students from a Jesuit secondary school in Hong Kong share their experiences with an adaptation of the Ignatian Examen.

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“Jesuit Weeks” in schools

“Jesuit Weeks” in schools

Since 2017, Jesuit schools in France have been holding regular festivals intended to familiarise the pupils, staff and parents with our life and missions. It is a lovely way of re-inventing the “missions” of times past.

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Our students are not the future… They are the present!

Our students are not the future… They are the present!

One hundred and thirty thousand students all told: meet the “now” of the Latin American Federation of Jesuit Schools (FLACSI). It is part of the Conference of Jesuit Provincials in Latin America (CPAL) and the International Commission for the Apostolate of Jesuit Education (ICAJE).

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JRS nurtures the potential of young talent among refugees

JRS nurtures the potential of young talent among refugees

Gender-responsive education programmes that address gender barriers to education.

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Schools – Connected to their community and connected among themselves

Schools – Connected to their community and connected among themselves

A new milestone in the history of the educational apostolate: the constitution of the Global Jesuit Network of Schools.

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The Global Compact on Education and young people

The Global Compact on Education and young people

A response from the Society of Jesus to the Compact suggested by Pope Francis.

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Amazonia and integral ecology

Amazonia and integral ecology

Although the RAIG is a recent creation, the interest and work oriented towards the Amazon region has been going on for years in some of the Jesuit works that are part of it.

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The 2023 ICAJE meeting in Rome

The 2023 ICAJE meeting in Rome

The six members of ICAJE, representing the six Conference networks that form the Jesuit Global Network of Schools, a representative from Fe y Alegría, the Secretary for Education, the assistants to the Secretariat and two members of Educate Magis gathered in Rome.

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To be actively and explicitly anti-racist

To be actively and explicitly anti-racist

The experience of three very different schools in Northern California, all fighting against racism.

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Navigating beyond boundaries

Navigating beyond boundaries

Delivering good-quality education to those “on the other shore” of the digital world.

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The Gift of Learning: A Lenten reflection on Education

The Gift of Learning: A Lenten reflection on Education

Lent is an invitation to prayer and reflection - a time to discern who we are and what we are called to be. To enter into that prayer we must also look at the people and experiences that formed us.

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Who do you want to be? – A Lenten Initiative for Schools

Who do you want to be? – A Lenten Initiative for Schools

The General Curia in collaboration with Educate Magis invites teachers, retreat leaders and youth ministers to engage the valuable resource, “Who Do You Want to Be? - A Video Series to Light Your Path” as a way to accompany your students during Lent.

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