The Camino Ignaciano: an adventure with God and others

The Camino Ignaciano: an adventure with God and others

Today’s testimonial comes from a woman who has just completed the Ignatian Way. Natalie Baxter Strange is a devout follower of Ignatian spirituality and an Anglican layperson. She is based in the Belgian city of Leuven.

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One Proposal for Ukraine: Our Jesuit Coordinated Response

One Proposal for Ukraine: Our Jesuit Coordinated Response

The Jesuit response to the Ukraine emergency continues to take shape, with the coordinated work of multiple countries and organizations involved in its development. We are responding in Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia...

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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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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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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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JRS volunteers in Greece reveal themselves

JRS volunteers in Greece reveal themselves

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JRS-Greece – Drawing close to refugees in Athens

JRS-Greece – Drawing close to refugees in Athens

We may tend to forget it, but Greece still hosts a large number of refugees. We have heard about the terrible situation in the camps on the island of Lesbos, but many refugees are living in the heart of the city of Athens.

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A transformative and enriching upheaval

A transformative and enriching upheaval

In 1663, the very first house in the world to be totally dedicated to retreats was founded in the Breton city of Vannes by the Jesuit Vincent Huby. He became its first director. Some 20 times a year...

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The Justice and Ecology Congress spurs synodality in action

The Justice and Ecology Congress spurs synodality in action

The Spirituality Centre at Loyola, Spain, brought together, from 28 March to 1 April, a diverse group of 153 delegates from 26 different nations, who gathered to consider the future...

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Promoting dignity in the work environment

Promoting dignity in the work environment

Pierre Martinot-Lagarde, can we say that you are a UN civil servant? How do you explain the presence of an advisor for social and spiritual issues at the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva?

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Jesuits on the southern frontier: at the service of the most vulnerable

Jesuits on the southern frontier: at the service of the most vulnerable

The Moroccan city of Nador is located on the Mediterranean coast, just a few kilometres from the Spanish populace of Melilla. This strategic position makes Nador a key point on the migratory routes...

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Meet Anthony Corcoran SJ, Apostolic Administrator in Kyrgyzstan

Meet Anthony Corcoran SJ, Apostolic Administrator in Kyrgyzstan

Since 2017, Fr Anthony Corcoran, a native of the United States, has been the Apostolic Administrator of this territory. We met him during his visit to the General Curia.

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