For people living on the margins – The Pope Video

For people living on the margins – The Pope Video

Let us pray for those people on the margins of society in subhuman living conditions, that they may not be neglected by institutions and never be cast out.

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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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The Global Compact on Education and young people

The Global Compact on Education and young people

A response from the Society of Jesus to the Compact suggested by Pope Francis.

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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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First anniversary of the martyrs of Mexico

First anniversary of the martyrs of Mexico

On June 20, 2022, the Jesuit priests Joaquín Mora and Javier Campos died victims of violence in Mexico, in the Parish of San Francisco Xavier, in the Jesuit mission of the Sierra Tarahumara in Cerocahui, Chihuahua, Mexico.

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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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Frank Brennan, SJ: Australia’s aboriginal advocate… and more

Frank Brennan, SJ: Australia’s aboriginal advocate… and more

There are not many Jesuits from Australia among the visitors to the General Curia, but at the end of May, one of the best known came to take part in events marking the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and the Holy See. He is Frank Brennan...

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Hunger for Justice: A Delegate’s reflection on Ministry to the Marginalized

Hunger for Justice: A Delegate’s reflection on Ministry to the Marginalized

Fr. L. Yesumarian, is the CP71 delegate from the Chennai Province of India. A lawyer by trade, he has spent decades fighting the injustice perpetrated against Dalit and Tribal communities in India, reclaiming stolen land...

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A magnetic glow of hope

A magnetic glow of hope

“Can a Jesuit be a magnet? I believe so! M.J. Peter is one such Jesuit. He irresistibly attracts the crippled, the lame, and the weak to himself with his magnetic therapy coupled with his vivacious personality.”

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Crossing the frontier and making a commitment

Crossing the frontier and making a commitment

“Street life is a parallel society that co-exists alongside what we call normal society. It has its own rules and habits, even its own language. And just as parallel lines never meet, neither do these two worlds. They may exist side by side...”

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