Preserving history, embracing tomorrow: Innsbruck Jesuits harness sun

Preserving history, embracing tomorrow: Innsbruck Jesuits harness sun

Nestled amidst the picturesque landscape of Innsbruck in Austria, the historical Jesuit College has long stood as a testament to the enduring spirit of knowledge, faith, and progress. Today, it etches yet another momentous chapter...

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Free to choose whether to migrate or to stay – 109th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

Free to choose whether to migrate or to stay – 109th World Day of Migrants and Refugees

World Day of Migrants and Refugees. The Church has been celebrating this day since 1914. It is always an occasion for her to express her concern for various vulnerable people, who have had to leave their homes for one reason or another...

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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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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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MAGIS Experiences – Spain and Cambodia

MAGIS Experiences – Spain and Cambodia

“MAG+S” is a global movement enabling Ignatian spirituality to be experienced around the World Youth Day events that have such huge impact on so many young people. ere below you will find two interesting examples of different versions of the MAGIS “brand” in Spain and Cambodia.

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The future of Social Justice & Ecology Mission

The future of Social Justice & Ecology Mission

The Annual Meeting of the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat (SJES) gathered the six Conference Social Delegates, four Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN) Leaders, six Advisory Committee Members, and the four coordinators of the SJES Secretariat led by Fr. General's Secretary for Social Justice and Ecology, Fr. Xavier Jeyaraj SJ.

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Looking beyond the impossible

Looking beyond the impossible

One activity of Fr General Arturo Sosa’s visit to the Province of Venezuela was his prayer meeting with young people. This took place in Caracas on Wednesday, 28 June. The meeting was organised by the Office of Youth and Vocations, supported by a group associated with a number of pastoral ministries.

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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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In Medellín, a unique Ignatian work: the Marian Congregation

In Medellín, a unique Ignatian work: the Marian Congregation

Throughout the world, men and women inspired by Ignatian spirituality are placing their talents and resources at the service of those in need, but rarely has a group developed the level of presence and commitment in a city as it has in Medellín, Colombia.

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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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Become a Peace Artisan – World Refugee Day 2023

Become a Peace Artisan – World Refugee Day 2023

In a world often fragmented by conflicts and divisions, people forced to flee their homes are among those paying the highest price. On this World Refugee Day, become a Peace Artisan and take concrete actions to create a peaceful future for everyone.

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Working as a network yields miracles

Working as a network yields miracles

The work of the San Alberto Hurtado parish, Caracas, to tackle poverty and violence.

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