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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World Refugee Day 2022

World Refugee Day 2022

The theme for World Refugee Day 2022 is “Whoever. Wherever. Whenever. Everyone has the right to seek safety.” and calls for the right of every person to seek safety – whoever they are, wherever they come from and whenever they are forced to flee.

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The Jesuits in Australia: Aligned with the Universal Apostolic Preferences

The Jesuits in Australia: Aligned with the Universal Apostolic Preferences

An interview with Fr. Dominic Quyen Vu, Provincial of the Australian Province, during the “Colloquium” for new Provincials that was held at the Curia, in Rome, in March.

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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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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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Jesuits in formation share their views on the Universal Apostolic Preferences

Jesuits in formation share their views on the Universal Apostolic Preferences

The Extended Council and Fr. General met for a week to talk about the Universal Apostolic Preferences. The Council invited six Jesuits in formation...

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IntelSoc: Jesuits in Leuven want to unite intellectual and social apostolates

IntelSoc: Jesuits in Leuven want to unite intellectual and social apostolates

The recent visit to Flanders of Fr. Arturo Sosa, Superior General, gave us the opportunity to get to know about some innovative projects and commitments...

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The Jesuits on the quays of Marseilles: reaching out to people wherever they are

The Jesuits on the quays of Marseilles: reaching out to people wherever they are

“Our shrine’s main mission is to welcome everyone, regardless of their social, cultural or religious background.”

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COP26: Optimism, caution, and hope

COP26: Optimism, caution, and hope

The legacy of COP26 is yet to be determined but mainstream media has already made its success contingent on the outcome of the negotiations between governments of countries...

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