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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin February 2017

JCAP News

Igniting excellence in education through Ignatian formation

IGNITE LogoThe Education Commission of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) has launched a programme designed to address the various formation needs of Jesuit primary and secondary schools in the region. The “Ignatian Initiative for Teaching Excellence” (IGNITE) programme offers a selection of workshops for faculty and staff to support them in their role as Ignatian educators. “The IGNITE programme is designed by practitioners for practitioners, in consultation with experts and specialists,” said Fr Johnny Go SJ, JCAP Education Secretary.  More

From the Provinces

New Provincial for Japan Province

Fr Renzo De LucaFr Renzo De Luca SJ has been appointed Provincial of the Japan Province of the Society of Jesus. He succeeds Fr Yoshio Kajiyama SJ, and assumes office on March 1. An Argentinian by birth, Fr De Luca enters into his work as provincial with a long history of engagement not only with the Japan Province and in the context of its origins dating back to St Francis Xavier, but also with the concrete issues facing the Society around the world today. Fr De Luca was born in Larroque, Entre Rios, Argentina on July 28, 1963 and was baptised the following day. His father is an Italian immigrant and his mother was born in Argentina of Italian parents.  More

From the Provinces

Ignacio de Loyola now available on DVD

Ignacio de Loyola DVD Those not able to watch “Ignacio de Loyola: Soldier, Sinner, Saint” in theatres will soon be able to watch it in their homes with the commercial release of the DVD on February 18 in the Philippines and in spring in North America. Produced by Jesuit Communications Foundation (JesCom) Philippines, the feature film is a modern look at the story of St Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus, often called “The Saint of Second Chances.” Aside from the regular DVD version, a collector’s edition will also be released next month, which will include behind-the-scenes featurettes and slideshow and the official international trailer.  More

Jesuit Formation

Of giving much and receiving more

JCAP Tertians Misa de Aguinaldo, comes from a Spanish phrase which literally means “Mass of the gift”. It is a series of novena Masses that are meant to prepare the faithful in celebrating Christmas. The “gift” refers to the Mystery of the Incarnation, when God, moved by compassion, willed to be present among men by becoming one with us (Jn. 3:16). St Francis of Assisi beautifully prayed, “in giving that we (shall) receive”. He teaches us that by extending a giving hand, we are receiving the grace of consolation leading us to a deeper understanding of how the Incarnate Lord was moved by his love for us.  More

Other Jesuit News

New Presidents for three Jesuit Conferences

Fr Orobator, Fr Jaramillo and Fr Janin Father General Arturo Sosa, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, has appointed new Presidents for the Jesuit Conferences of Africa and Madagascar, Latin America and Europe.  Fr Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator SJ of the Eastern Africa Province has been appointed President of the Jesuit Conference of Africa and Madagascar (JESAM).  Fr Orobator was born in 1967, entered the Society in 1986 and was ordained in 1998. He was provincial of the Eastern Africa Province from 2009 to 2014.  He is currently principal of Hekima College University, the Jesuit School of Theology in Nairobi, Kenya.  More

Conference Calendar
February 20 to 24

In this issue

  • Igniting excellence in education through Ignatian formation
  • Irish Jesuit Province commits to “Flights for Forests”
  • New Provincial for Japan Province
  • Philippine Jesuits join bishops in opposing efforts to revive the death penalty
  • Final vows and diaconate ordination in Vietnam
  • Ignacio de Loyola now available on DVD
  • Of giving much and receiving more
  • A gift of joy from God
  • New Presidents for three Jesuit Conferences

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin January 2017

JCAP News

Inter-Conference collaboration for better understanding among Muslims and Christians

JAMIA 2016 participantsJesuits in two Jesuit Conferences have agreed to collaborate on a research project to promote better understanding and dialogue among Muslims and Christians in Asia.  The 10 Jesuits from the Conferences of Asia Pacific and South Asia came to this decision during the meeting of the Jesuits among Muslims in Asia (JAMIA) held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from December 26 to 30, 2016.  The decision was a response to the sharing of Fr George Pattery SJ, President of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia (JCSA) on General Congregation 36 and the reminder that they participate in the mission of God, the missio Dei, not their own mission.  More

From the Provinces

New book tells story of the Jesuits at Sevenhill

Sevenhill College and Church in the early 1900sThe struggles and legacy of the pioneering Jesuits in Australia have been chronicled in a handsome 200-page coffee table book. “The Vine and the Branches: The Fruits of the Sevenhill Mission” tells of the establishment and development of Sevenhill, which is considered the birthplace of the Jesuits in Australia and the start of winemaking in South Australia’s Clare Valley.  The book is the first major publication to draw together the story of the Jesuits at Sevenhill. It was formally launched on December 1, 2016 to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the consecration of the first stage of St Aloysius’ Church by Bishop Laurence Sheil in November 1866.  More

From the Provinces

Understanding the impact of migration on children

Left-behind children and the idea of the familyMuch has been written about migrant workers and their lives and trials working in foreign country.  What is often overlooked, however, is what happens to the children who are left behind by their migrant worker parents. How do the children cope with the absence of one or both parents? How are these children perceived by a society that still values traditional family and gender roles? To what extent does migration change the idea of child welfare or parenthood?  More

Jesuit Formation

Reflections from the Scholastics and Brothers Circle Workshop

Scholastics Eka Tanaya from Australia and Barnabé Hounguevou from West Africa share their reflections on migration from their experience during the Scholastics and Brothers Circle Workshop held in Seoul, South Korea from December 19 to 28, 2016. The workshop focussed on the theme, “Understanding Migration: The South Korea Experience Guided by the Ignatian Teaching Paradigm”.

SBC workshop 2016, SeoulSBC workshop 2016, Seoul
Called to be companions,
not just problem solvers
A transformative encounter
with migrants

General Congregation 36

Documents from GC 36 published

GC 36 documentsThe documents from the 36th General Congregation (GC 36) of the Society of Jesus have been published.  The 17 documents which include two formal decrees – one on Mission and the other on Governance – will be the basis of a discussion to be held this week by the JCAP Major Superiors and Directors and Secretaries of Works.  They will review and reflect on GC 36 and its implications for the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific at the province level and on its Apostolic Plan 2014 to 2019.  More

Other Jesuit News

Fr General calls for societies to welcome migrants and refugees

Fr General Arturo Sosa at the 103rd International Day of Migrants and RefugeesOn January 13, Father Arturo Sosa SJ, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, joined the community of Centro Astalli (Jesuit Refugee Service Italy) in commemorating the International Day for Migrants and Refugees at the Church of Gesù, the Mother Church of the Society in Rome.  “This moment presents an important invitation to the Society of Jesus to accompany, with its few resources, and to share in the anxieties and hopes of the refugees here in Italy and everywhere in the world,” said Fr Sosa at the event.  More

Conference Calendar
January 30 to February 2

In this issue

  • Inter-Conference collaboration for better understanding among Muslims and Christians
  • New book tells story of the Jesuits at Sevenhill
  • Understanding the impact of migration on children
  • Providing villagers with access to clean water
  • Justice in Mining Network launches global mining survey
  • Called to be companions, not just problem solvers
  • A transformative encounter with migrants
  • Documents from GC 36 published
  • Fr General calls for societies to welcome migrants and refugees

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin December 2016

We wish you a Christmas filled with the Love, Peace and Hope that the Christ child brings to us

JCAP News

Building a community of Jesuit schools

Saint Ignatius' College, Riverview#sfxjcap2016.  In October this hashtag began appearing in Instagram as students, faculty and staff of Jesuit schools in Asia Pacific posted photographs of themselves and their friends in front of the Educate Magis map in their schools. The photos were entries to the St Francis Xavier Global Network Instagram Competition.  Educate Magis is an online community that connects educators from more than 2,000 Jesuit and Ignatian schools all over the world and the map shows the rich diversity and wide reach of the global network of Jesuit schools.  More

From the Provinces

New provincial for Jesuits in Vietnam

Fr Vincent Pham Van Mam SJThe new provincial of the Vietnam Jesuit Province was formally installed on December 8.  Fr Vincent Pham Van Mam (Fr Mam) SJ succeeded Fr Joseph Pham Thanh Liem (Fr Liem) SJ who served as Vietnamese Provincial for the last six years.  Members of the province, guests and collaborators joined the Mass celebrated by the new provincial in the chapel of St Joseph Jesuit Scholasticate in Ho Chi Minh City.  In his homily, Fr Mam focussed on four important elements that he wants the Jesuits in Vietnam to pay attention to: participation, dialogue, collaboration and discernment.  More

From the Provinces

A safe house in the city

Utama Safe House volunteersThe Utama Safe House (USH) is not just a safe house. It is a community that seeks to provide a safe haven for survivors of trafficking and domestic violence, especially those who have no support and are in need of protection. The staff also assist survivors through outreach programmes. USH was initiated by Sahabat Insan, a Jesuit organisation for migrant workers in Indonesia, in collaboration with several other organisations including Pulih (a charity that provides free psychological counselling services) and MiLAP (Partnership for Children and Women Services), and individual women activists.  More

Other Jesuit News

Death of a Superior General: Fr Peter-Hans Kolvenbach SJ

Fr Peter-Hans Kolvenbach SJ, 1928-2016Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach SJ who was Superior General of the Society of Jesus from 1983 to 2008, passed away on November 26 in Beirut, Lebanon.  He was 87 years old.  The funeral Mass was held in Beirut on November 30 attended by Fr General Arturo Sosa.  In Rome on December 2, Fr Sosa led the Jesuits based in Rome in a Mass in the Church of Gesù to celebrate the life of Fr Kolvenbach.  The principal concelebrants included members of the General Council as well as those who had been members of the General Council when Fr Kolvenbach was Superior General.  Fr Kolvenbach will be buried as he wished, under the cedars of Lebanon.  More

Conference Calendar
January 4 to 31, 2017

In this issue

  • Building a community of Jesuit schools
  • EAPI: Moving beyond the reefs
  • New provincial for Jesuits in Vietnam
  • Fr Franz Magnis-Suseno SJ bestowed Matteo Ricci Award
  • Celebrating the arrival of the Jesuits in Hong Kong 90 years ago
  • A safe house in the city
  • Puskat Film Festival gains momentum with environment theme
  • Death of a Superior General: Fr Peter-Hans Kolvenbach SJ

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin November 2016

From the President

Three images from General Congregation 36

Jesuit symbol in the Church of the Gesu in RomeIt has been almost a fortnight since General Congregation 36 finished on November 12 and three images remain with me.   The first is the image of Venice; the time the first companions lived before Ignatius went to Rome.  Learned and poor, they lived separately, begging for their food, serving the poorest people uprooted by conflicts, coming together regularly to discern their future and deciding that, though their common mission would spread them across the world, they would remain united.  This memory encourages the Society now as a diminished body, living in a world of conflicts and disparities, spread as we are across the world, to discern deeply how we live together in the joy of the Gospel, the mission to which we are called, the missio Dei.  More

JCAP News

Responding to ecological challenges in Asia Pacific

Reconciling with Creation Reflection WorkshopDrought and flooding are the two most significant ecological challenges in Asia Pacific, according to participants in the first Reconciling with Creation Reflection Workshop.  According to the workshop report released in October, drought was foremost in the minds of the participants, named by 11 people from eight countries.  Flooding was a close second, named by 10 participants from six countries.  But these are just two of the host of ecological challenges faced by the people in Asia Pacific.  In the six years since Reconciliation with Creation was made an apostolic priority of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP), many of the provinces and regions have taken steps to respond to these ecological challenges.  More

From the Provinces

Directing greater energies to the poor and the peripheries

Participants of “Titayan: Bridging for Peace,” a seminar organised by the Ateneo de Davao UniversityWhen Pope Francis visited the Philippines in January 2015, his message to the Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus was clear: to go to the poor and the peripheries.  It shone a light on what then Fr General Adolfo Nicolás had asked of the whole Society when he convoked General Congregation 36 in December 2014, which was to reflect prayerfully on what more the Eternal King is calling the Jesuits to do. The Philippine Province’s response is the Province Roadmap, an apostolic plan to inform and guide the Jesuit ministries and communities in the country over the next five years.  More

Jesuit Formation

Eleven Jesuits ordained as deacons in the Philippines

Diaconate Ordination in the PhilippinesEleven Jesuits were ordained to the Order of Deacons on October 29 in the Church of the Gesu, Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines. The new deacons are Soo Young Park, Changmo Cho, Chang-hyon Lee, Kyoung-Woong Peter Park, Anthony Ochen, Leslie Joseph Bingkasan, Stephanus Advent Novianto, Harvey Mateo, Martin Licup, Felipe Yohan Jr and Roseller Atilano Jr.  In his homily, Bishop Ruperto C Santos DD told the newly-ordained, “This is what diaconate is all about. A servant: that is who a deacon is, plain and simple.”  He urged them to be brave in the face of challenging situations, to bring Jesus and Mary with them in their ministry and to remain in the background - active yet unseen – knowing that it is Jesus who is seen and heard through them.  More

General Congregation 36

General Congregation 36 concludes

GC 36 closing sessionThe 36th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus concluded on November 12 with a Mass of Thanksgiving at St Ignatius Church, a parish run by the Society of Jesus in Rome.  That morning, after a contemplative examination of the six weeks of work, the 215 delegates voted to close the General Congregation that had begun on October 2. In the closing session, Father General Arturo Sosa thanked the Congregation for its work, using the text of Mark 4:26-29 to emphasise that it is the Lord who will grow the seed they planted.  More

Conference Calendar
December 3

In this issue

  • Three images from General Congregation 36
  • Responding to ecological challenges in Asia Pacific
  • Defining and refining Ignatian leadership
  • One foot in the air
  • Directing greater energies to the poor and the peripheries
  • Affirming engagements with Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines
  • The ordeal of a foreign spouse in Japan
  • Eleven Jesuits ordained as deacons in the Philippines
  • General Congregation 36 concludes

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GC 36 News #4

General Congregation 36

The General Council takes shape with elections and appointments

Fr General Sosa with the new Assistants ad Providentiam

One month into General Congregation 36, the delegates have elected four Assistants ad Providentiam – Fr Fratern Masawe, Fr Vernon D’Cunha, Fr Douglas Marcouiller and Fr John Dardis.  Fr Marcouiller was also elected as Admonitor to the Superior General.  As Assistants ad Providentiam, their function is to assist the Superior General on behalf of the whole Society. The assistance ranges from external matters “such as clothing, food and any expenditure touching upon the General’s person”, preventing him “from going beyond measure in labours or excessive severity”, and attending “to his soul in case necessity might arise”.  More

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin October 2016

From the President

Called to collaborate in the mission of Christ Jesus

Timor-Leste Region Meeting 2016“The Society of Jesus can develop only in collaboration with others: only if it becomes the least Society that collaborates. We want to collaborate generously with others, inside and outside of the Church, in the awareness, which comes from the experience of God, of being called to the mission of Christ Jesus.”  Our new Fr General Arturo Sosa in his first homily as Superior General spoke words to live by.  They resonate with our apostolic plan for the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific and challenge us to implement it.  More

From the Provinces

New Superior for Jesuits in Malaysia and Singapore

Fr Christopher Soh SJOn November 8, Fr Christopher Soh SJ officially becomes Regional Superior of the Malaysia-Singapore Jesuit Region (MAS), taking over from Fr Colin Tan SJ who has completed his six-year term. Fr Soh was ordained on July 30, 2005 and professed his final vows on July 4, 2011.  He is a popular homilist, and his blog, “Breaking The Word”, began as a response to people asking for a copy of his homilies.  It is not surprising then that, when he was considering the priesthood, he was initially attracted to the Redemptorists, whose ministry of preaching and hearing confessions inspired him.  More

From the Provinces

Reuniting families separated by detention

Family at the Immigration Detention Centre BangkokSeeing divided families is a painful sight and this is often the case in immigration detention centres where women and men are held in separate detention cells. For 25 years, the Jesuits have been working closely with the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) in Bangkok to facilitate the release of detainees and help them return to a life of dignity and freedom with their families. Two years ago, Jesuit Refugee Service Asia Pacific handed over responsibility for this work to the Jesuit Foundation – Prison Ministry Thailand.  More

Jesuit Formation

The simple life as a symbol of resistance

Santris (students) living in Pesantren Ath-ThariqThere were about 20 santris (students) living in Pesantren Ath-Thariq, when we stayed there for our immersion. On our third night, one of our scholastics picked up the guitar and all of us, including the female santris, gathered around him singing cheesy Indonesian pop songs about love. We stayed up until 11 pm, singing in the hut where they learn to recite the Qur’an in the cold mountain breeze. There are no television sets in sight in the pesantren. Playing outside and socialising are highly encouraged. They take in santris as young as eight to those who are college students.  More

General Congregation 36

Pope Francis’ visit to the Congregation

Pope Francis' visit to the CongregationPope Francis joined the delegates for morning prayer on October 24 before speaking to them about the way forward for the Society of Jesus.

Read the full text of Pope Francis' message here.
See photos of the visit here.

Other Jesuit News

Rebuilding Nepal from the rubble

Golma devi School Sindhupalchowk ConstructionReconstruction efforts are gathering pace in Nepal more than a year after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the country on April 25, 2015, causing massive destruction of infrastructure and killing more than 9,000 people. The Nepal Jesuit Social Institute (NJSI) has been actively involved in relief and rehabilitation work and is now concentrating its efforts on supporting the building and rebuilding of schools, hostels, houses and women’s shelters in different districts.  More

Conference Calendar
November 5 to 6

In this issue

  • Called to collaborate in the mission of Christ Jesus
  • New Superior for Jesuits in Malaysia and Singapore
  • Dreaming of an established Church in China
  • Reuniting families separated by detention
  • A path to self-determination through education
  • The most heart-warming Mid-Autumn Festival
  • Jesuit Mission Australia provides aid in flood-ravaged Vietnam
  • The simple life as a symbol of resistance
  • Rebuilding Nepal from the rubble

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GC 36 News #3

General Congregation 36

Fr Arturo Sosa from Venezuela is the new leader of the Society of Jesus

Fr General Arturo Sosa

It did not take the 36th General Congregation long.  After celebrating Mass in the Church of the Holy Spirit early on Friday, October 14, the 212 electors were locked into the Aula to vote for the next superior general of the Society of Jesus.  Just before lunch, the first news came that the new Superior General is Fr Arturo Sosa Abascal from the Venezuela Jesuit Province.  Fr Sosa is the 31st Superior General of the Society of Jesus.  He is also the first Superior General from Latin America, in fact the first from outside Europe.  More

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GC 36 News #2

General Congregation 36

The end of a generalate

Fr Frederico Lombardi with Fr_General Adolfo NicolásThe resignation of Fr General Adolfo Nicolás on the first day of the 36th General Congregation was a profoundly moving event for all who witnessed this historic moment. Eight years ago, Fr Nicolás had been elected by a General Congregation; now, in October 2016, he needed to present his request to leave office to another General Congregation. He spoke briefly, simply and humbly, about his poor health, his failing energy and his increasingly unreliable memory. The Society, he said, needs someone with more energy and health to lead it in the complex world we live in. He ended his speech and left the dais of the presider to thunderous, prolonged applause and the first of three standing ovations from the clearly moved delegates. More

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin September 2016

From the Provinces

Eight Jesuits ordained priests in Vietnam

Vietnam ordinations August 2016The Vietnam Jesuit Province has eight new Vietnamese priests.  The new Jesuit priests, who were ordained on August 25 at the Saint Joseph Jesuit Scholasticate in Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, are Fr Anthony Pham Ba Hoc, Fr Dominic Nguyen Quoc Kinh, Fr Joseph Nguyen Tuan Phuc, Fr Thaddeus Nguyen Van Yen, Fr Francis Xavier Nguyen Thanh Vu, Fr Anthony Tran Thanh Tan, Fr Vincent Nguyen Minh Phuc and Fr Peter Nguyen Van Tang. More

From the Provinces

Jesuits in Korea and Japan confront ethnic reconciliation

Korean and Japanese Jesuits in ShimonosekiAugust is a symbolic month dedicated to peace movements in Japan. Seventy-one years have passed since the defeat of Japan in the Second World War, but the dropping of the first two nuclear bombs on Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) and Nagasaki (August 9, 1945) are still vividly remembered. A group of 34 Jesuits, half of them from Korea and the rest from Japan gathered in Shimonoseki, in the west of Japan from August 23 to 26 to heal wounds occasioned by the worst historical relationship between both countries and to search for closer cooperation. More

Jesuit Formation

A beacon of hope

Scholastic Tiro Daenuwy and Abi IbangOn the morning of the fourth day of our immersion at the Pesantren Ath-Thariq, I stepped on a rusty nail that was sticking out of a small block of wood where I was gathering hay from the paddy fields to make solid compost. A sharp pain shot straight from my right heel throughout my body. In grade school we were told that tetanus infections come from rusty nails and animal manure. Perfect! I limped to find Abi Ibang, the head of the pesantren (Islamic boarding house). Abi means ‘my father’ in Arabic. More

Appointments and Opportunities

Director sought for Casa de Produção Audiovisual

CPA logo

The Jesuits in Timor-Leste are seeking a director for Casa de Produção Audiovisual (CPA), a non-profit media production organisation founded by the Fundaçao Companhia de Jesus em Timor-Leste in Dili in 2002. CPA’s objective is to help build Timorese national identity and unity through stories inspired by Timorese culture, traditions, events, achievements and experiences.

The director works closely with CPA’s clients, project partners, funders, pool of artists, and religious and lay collaborators in developing audio-visual productions that promote sustainable development, social justice and the general welfare of the people of Timor-Leste.

Applicants for the position should ideally have experience in management and institutional leadership, preferably in media; capacity for socio-political analysis and understanding of Timor-Leste’s history; fluency in spoken and written English; as well as knowledge of or willingness to learn Tetum and/or Bahasa Indonesia. 

Click here for more details.

Other Jesuit News

In Motion videos on refugee stories

Mercy in Motion video series_Peter from Myanmar“I have a big dream for my son. I myself wish to be an educated man, and I want my son to become one too.  I want him to get opportunities that we couldn’t get,” says Peter, a community organizer from Kachin State, internally displaced in Myanmar. Peter’s story is the focus of one of several videos the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) has produced as part of its Mercy in Motion campaign, launched on December 8, 2015, at the start of the Holy Year of Mercy. JRS aims to produce 25 videos, each between four and seven minutes long, in which refugees in Africa and Asia share about their past, their journey, their situation in the camp or urban setting and the hope that education gives them.  More

Conference Calendar
October 2

In this issue

  • Eight Jesuits ordained priests in Vietnam
  • Ateneo de Davao University underscores commitment to the environment
  • A whole story of gratitude, renewal and hope
  • Jesuits in Korea and Japan confront ethnic reconciliation
  • Helping to empower Filipino migrant workers and their families
  • An urgent call to stop the use of cluster munitions
  • Celebrating the Season of Creation
  • Serving the City, Serving the People
  • A beacon of hope
  • In Motion videos on refugee stories

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GC 36 News #1

General Congregation 36

Counting down to the GC 36 plenary session

On October 2, more than 200 Jesuits representing approximately 80 Jesuit provinces around the world will convene in Rome for the plenary session of General Congregation 36. A third of the delegates hail from Jesuit provinces in Asia and the Pacific, primarily those in India. Twenty-two of the delegates are from the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific. 

A general congregation is the supreme governing body of the Society of Jesus with power to review and update its laws. As Fr Adolfo Nicolás SJ has announced his intention to resign as Superior General of the Society of Jesus, his successor will be elected during the GC 36 plenary session.

In the run up to the plenary session, we offer interviews with some JCAP delegates speaking about the general congregation that most impacts their province or region and of their hopes for GC 36. Watch JCAP President Fr Mark Raper's interview here. We will also be regularly publishing updates on our GC 36 news page.

Join us in praying for the guidance of the Holy Spirit in General Congregation 36

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