Belize – Jesuits at the Frontiers

Belize – Jesuits at the Frontiers

In our series highlighting the presence of Jesuits in particularly demanding environments, this time we journey to Belize, a lesser-known country in the Americas.

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Classroom and praxis brought together in Jesuit formation

Classroom and praxis brought together in Jesuit formation

The Ciszek Hall Jesuit Residential College: a “living-learning community,” where Jesuits in formation integrate their academic, ministerial, social and spiritual lives within the context of the Bronx.

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Kino Border Initiative – Jesuits at the Frontiers

Kino Border Initiative – Jesuits at the Frontiers

Every year, more than 10 million people cross the Mexico-US border in various ways. Many, in desperation for refuge, cross the border illegally, exposing themselves to violence. The Jesuits are there...

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The Rapping Jesuit – Jesuits at the Frontiers

The Rapping Jesuit – Jesuits at the Frontiers

In the series "Jesuits at the frontiers", we take you this time to symbolic frontiers, those of culture and music. Meet Jesuit Mike Martinez... the Jesuit rapper... and see him in action (performing!).

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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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Inside the Congregation: North America and Africa-Madagascar

Inside the Congregation: North America and Africa-Madagascar

We pulled one representative from each of six Conferences and asked them for their thoughts about representing their brothers at CP71. Fr. Jean Luc Enyegue represents the Province of Occidental Africa (AOC). Fr. Victor Cancino is a member of the US West Province of the United States (UWE).

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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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A home (be)coming at Loyola House

A home (be)coming at Loyola House

Loyola House (LH) of Guelph, Canada, began in 1964 as a weekend retreat center for men. Over the next half century, it would expand its horizons and hospitality to women, makers of the full Spiritual Exercises, trainees in spiritual direction, budding ecologists...

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“We want very much to walk together with you toward wholeness and healing.”

“We want very much to walk together with you toward wholeness and healing.”

Father General met with teachers and students at the Red Cloud Indian High School, experienced Lakota culture at the Heritage Center, and met with community leaders.

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Pope Francis with his Jesuit companions in Quebec City

Pope Francis with his Jesuit companions in Quebec City

At the end of July, Pope Francis undertook a visit to Canada that attracted much attention. The Pope’s health was fragile, and his getting around was painful, but he wanted to fulfil the commitment he had made to the leaders of Canada’s Aboriginal nations...

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“Praying for the Church and the Society”… and its “action component”

“Praying for the Church and the Society”… and its “action component”

The Society of Jesus nowadays brings forth four Universal Apostolic Preferences. Though we feel at the Murray-Weigel/Kohlmann Hall Jesuit Community in the Bronx, New York, that we do have a part in all of these, here are some of our experiences in “walking with the excluded.”

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Antiracism in the heartland

Antiracism in the heartland

Ignatian parishioners answering the call to fully live the Gospel as a multicultural, antiracist, and faith-filled community.

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