“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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Lassalle-Haus hosts second edition of the ECO Summer Camp

Lassalle-Haus hosts second edition of the ECO Summer Camp

The meeting’s aim is to broaden the horizons of the participants and strengthen an international network of young people who contribute to a real cultural change in environmental and social matters.

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Accompanying youth in a rollercoaster

Accompanying youth in a rollercoaster

It is a sunny Friday afternoon in Eastern Nairobi in early December 2020, when a car ferrying a team of trainers from the African Jesuit AIDS Network (AJAN) snakes its way through a muddy path to a primary school.

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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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Jaime and the keys… of his apartment, of his life

Jaime and the keys… of his apartment, of his life

As I read over Fr. General’s letter to the whole Society regarding the Universal Apostolic Preferences, I could not help but think he had actually been directly accompanying our work at the JRJI over the past few years.

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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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Rwanda: ongoing conversion

Rwanda: ongoing conversion

In April 1994, Rwandans found themselves asking: Where has the God of Rwanda gone? Will the sun shine on Rwanda again? Twenty-six years since the beginning of the genocide against the Tutsi and the war, Marcel Uwineza, SJ offers some answers...

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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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In the footsteps of Saint Ignatius, with Fr. Arturo Sosa

In the footsteps of Saint Ignatius, with Fr. Arturo Sosa

On 31 July 2021, the feast of Saint Ignatius, Fr. Sosa decided to make a concrete symbolic gesture. Together with a group of young people, he walked the last few kilometres of the “Camino Ignaciano”...

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Engaging diversity, generating new stories: the Jesuits and youths in Indonesia

Engaging diversity, generating new stories: the Jesuits and youths in Indonesia

In a time when intolerance and division is often flamed for political gains, Jesuit works in Indonesia continue to provide inclusive spaces in which differences are not only welcomed, but also celebrated.

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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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Promoting Ignatian Spirituality in a school… without Jesuits

Promoting Ignatian Spirituality in a school… without Jesuits

Is it possible to preserve and even promote Ignatian spirituality in an educational institution linked to the Society of Jesus when there are no longer any Jesuits on the premises?

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