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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin November 2015

JCAP News

Gearing up for Magis Asia Pacific

Gearing up for Magis Asia PacificThe first Magis event for the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific begins in a month. On Boxing Day, youth from seven provinces and regions in the Conference will converge in Yogyakarta for the nine-day workshop. Organised by the newly formed JCAP Youth Ministry team, Magis JCAP will help encourage Ignatian Magis formation in Asia Pacific.  More

From the Provinces

Hopes and aspirations

Hopes and aspirationsThe scorching sun may deter some people from venturing out of their homes, but not the hundreds of children hoping to get a place in Colégio de Santo Inácio de Loiola. They braved the heat, some travelling for an hour, to go to Kasait for the entrance exam.  In total, 278 candidates for Year 7 and 145 for Year 10 showed up, excited and anxious.  More

From the Provinces

Two years after Haiyan … a new life

Two years after Haiyan … a new lifeA new life. That is how Lilia Advincula of Barangay Calvary Hill in Tacloban City described her community’s situation as they commemorated the second anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan on November 8. She remembers that even before Haiyan, many residents had been jobless with a stagnant quality of living.  More

Jesuit Formation

Diversity was something we celebrated

Diversity was something we celebratedPhilippine Jesuit Provincial Fr Antonio Moreno SJ was a member of the first Arrupe International Residence community. As AIR celebrates its 25th anniversary, he shares some of graces and challenges of living in the multicultural Jesuit house of formation that AIR was established to be. More

Other Jesuit News

Pope Francis supports global education initiative for refugee children and youth 

Pope Francis supports global education initiative for refugee children and youth In a private audience with 15 refugees and friends and staff of Jesuit Refugee Service to commemorate the 35th anniversary of JRS on November 14, Pope Francis emphasised the importance of education for refugee children and youth as a means to build peace and foster the development of more resilient and cohesive societies.  More

Conference Calendar
Dec 3 to Dec 6

In this issue

  • Gearing up for Magis Asia Pacific
  • Learning from the Experiment
  • Celebrating 25 years as an international house of formation
  • Hopes and aspirations
  • Taipei’s National Museum celebrates Jesuit artist Giuseppe Castiglione
  • Two years after Haiyan … a new life
  • Honouring a nun’s dedication
  • Diversity was something we celebrated
  • Warmly welcomed halfway across the world
  • Pope Francis supports global education initiative for refugee children and youth

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin October 2015

From the President

General Congregation 36 begins 

GC 36 JCAP Electors Meeting, October 2015A Jesuit General Congregation is a rare event.  This month, the 36th General Congregation to be held since the Society of Jesus was founded 475 years ago begins with the first meeting of Electors in the six Jesuit Conferences across the world. For the Jesuits in Asia Pacific, this meeting was held in Manila from October 19 to 22. More

 

 

Read two messages concerning GC 36 from earlier this month.

General Congregation 36 begins

 

What can we expect from GC 36?

Recalibrating our response to the call of the Eternal King

From the Provinces

Jesuits in Cambodia respond to Laudato si’

Jesuits in Cambodia respond to Laudato si’The Jesuits, volunteers, religious sisters, and Khmer collaborator of Jesuit Mission Cambodia welcome and support the latest encyclical of Pope Francis, Laudato si’(On Care for Our Common Home). The Pope’s letter speaks poignantly to us in our present time and place. Last year, Cambodia ranked first in the world for the highest rate of forest loss between 2001 and 2014. More

From the Provinces

Pastoral care for the families left behind by labour migration    

Pastoral care for the families left behind by labour migration	“I didn’t experience your caress when I was little because you left me on day one, and even up to now,” writes one student at a workshop on dealing with loneliness for children of Overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). “But I am really longing for that time when you come home,” “and “hopefully when that time comes, I would know what it feels like to be hugged by my real mom.”  More 

Jesuit Formation

Being part of building Timor-Leste

Being part of building Timor-Leste Australian scholastic Andy Nguyen SJ is putting his training as an architect to good use in Timor-Leste, where he is doing the second year of the Regency stage of his formation. He is coordinating the various Jesuit design and construction projects in the country. He shares this reflection of his experience since arriving in the country in April this year.  More 

Other Jesuit News

Top European Jesuits call for solidarity with refugees

Top European Jesuits call for solidarity with refugees Hospitality and generosity should be at the centre of our response to the increased arrivals of refugees in Europe, say a group of leading European Jesuits in a statement released October 19, 2015. The statement acknowledges work done over past decades with refugee and migrant communities by Jesuits and those working with them and calls for renewed energy and vision in building active solidarity and hospitality with forced migrants.  More

Conference Calendar
Nov 14

In this issue

  • General Congregation 36 begins
  • Jesuits in Cambodia respond to Laudato si’
  • The power of a genuinely global response
  • Loyola School of Theology celebrates Golden Jubilee
  • Pastoral care for the families left behind by labour migration
  • Providing a spiritual space for people to encounter God
  • Forming Catholic students in Vietnam
  • Being part of building Timor-Leste
  • Top European Jesuits call for solidarity with refugees

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin September 2015

JCAP News

To be with, to think with, to act with, to pray with

To be with, to think with, to act with, to pray withWhat does it mean to serve the poor, the vulnerable and the marginalised?  For starters, it means more than providing them with services.  It also means more than giving handouts – monetary or in kind.  It means more than helping to give the poor a voice.  More 

From the Provinces

Australian province launches new policy for safeguarding children

Australian province launches new policy for safeguarding childrenOn September 8, Australian Jesuit Provincial Fr Brian McCoy flagged the release of the Province Policy for Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults. The document is addressed to all Province members and personnel.  More

From the Provinces

Collaborating for peace and justice in Japan and Korea

Collaborating for peace and justice in Japan and KoreaThe Japan and Korea Jesuit Provinces took collaboration a step further in September by holding their first plenary meeting of Jesuits and collaborators working in the social apostolate of the two provinces. The meeting took place on Jeju Island, in conjunction with the 2015 Gangjeong Peace Conference.  More 

Jesuit Formation

Looking back on the Arrupe Month

Looking back on the Arrupe Month Korean Jesuit Mincheol Kim was ordained deacon on September 5.   Before his ordination, he went to Taiwan for his Arrupe Month, a period of reflection and discussion that prepares Jesuit scholastics for ordination.  He shares three fruits of his Arrupe Month experience from July 17 to August 7.  More

General Congregation 36

GC 36 – Responding to new calls and urgent needs

GC 36 – Responding to new calls and urgent needsThe Preparatory Commission (Coetus Praevius) for GC 36 met in Rome from Monday, August 31 to Saturday, September 12. The task of the group, which included Fr General Adolfo Nicolás SJ and the Conference Presidents, was to draw up an agenda for the upcoming General Congregation.  More

Conference Calendar
Sept 28 to Oct 1

In this issue

  • To be with, to think with, to act with, to pray with
  • Jesuit universities boost green initiatives
  • Australian Jesuit Province launches new policy for safeguarding children
  • A first conjoint Arrupe Month for the “chopsticks” Jesuit Provinces
  • Collaborating for peace and justice in Japan and Korea
  • Experiencing justice and regaining hope
  • JRS urges Australia to increase humanitarian intake
  • Kicking up a storm with “The Tempest”
  • Looking back on the Arrupe Month
  • GC 36 – Responding to new calls and urgent needs

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin August 2015

JCAP News

The Asia Pacific face of the promotion of justice

Committee for the Development of Socio-Economic Life in Asia (SELA)A black and white photograph caught the eye on entering the meeting room for this year’s Social Apostolate meeting in Kuala Lumpur. It showed six men, all Jesuits and all Caucasian, deep in thought. The photograph was taken sometime in 1971 when the Committee for the Development of Socio-Economic Life in Asia, the predecessor of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific social apostolate office, had a meeting.  More

From the Provinces

Aiding in flood relief efforts

Aiding in flood relief efforts The fury and ferocity of floods becomes more amplified when one sees the situation first hand.  The data, descriptions and dashboards of information fail to project the face of people and their experience at the ground level.  At the invitation of the Bishop of Kalay (Sagaing division – the place that took the brunt of floods), we visited Kalay.  More

From the Provinces

Solidarity and collaboration for peace

Gangjeong Village in Jeju Island, South Korea, is the site of an ongoing peace movement protesting the construction of a Korean naval base on the island.Solidarity in social apostolates is rapidly increasing between the Japan and Korea Jesuit Provinces.  In another step towards increased collaboration, the two provinces will hold a bi-province meeting, timed to coincide with the 2015 Gangjeong Peace Conference to be held from September 7 to 9.  More 

Jesuit Formation

My God becomes bigger and bigger

EATEP 2015My first impression of the East Asia Theological Encounter Programme was a group of scholastics wearing white practitioner’s clothes sitting in the lotus position with the slight smiles that you see in images of the Buddha. I had seen these images when I was studying philosophy in Arrupe International Residence, and I was curious at that time as to why the faces looked so calm and peaceful.  More 

Other Jesuit News

Finding God in Amsterdam

Finding God in AmsterdamA recent endeavour in Jesuit Conference of European Provincials saw 100 Jesuits sent out in small groups on “experiment”’ across North West Europe to engage in different aspects of the Society of Jesus’ ministry. Fr Jim Corkery SJ and three of his Jesuit brothers found themselves in Amsterdam, where they experienced the graces of community life in a new way and found God at work everywhere, from a Jesuit church to the red light district!  More

Conference Calendar
Aug 31

In this issue

  • The Asia Pacific face of the promotion of justice
  • Prayers for GC 36
  • Aiding in flood relief efforts
  • New Jesuit priests in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and China
  • Seven new Jesuit priests in Vietnam
  • Brothers by blood and by vocation
  • Solidarity and collaboration for peace
  • Dropping off the edge
  • My God becomes bigger and bigger

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin July 2015

From the President

Reminded of who we are called to serve

JRS Cambodia Reflection Center in Siem ReapAt last week’s assembly of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific the major superiors reflected on Laudato si’ and issued a declaration that seeks to animate a lively response in Asia Pacific.  We urge all Jesuits in our Conference, our colleagues, and all those we seek to serve, to make a thoughtful and generous response to Pope Francis’ plea to reconcile with creation, which is one of our apostolic priorities. More

JCAP News

Converging in Melbourne to discuss social communications

Jescom-AP 2015 meetingDelegates from across Asia Pacific gathered in Melbourne for a three-day meeting recently, sharing experiences and building bridges between the diverse social communication works in the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific. The director of Union of Catholic Asian News and the founder of Jesuit Communications Australia, Fr Michael Kelly SJ, joined the delegates for the first day of the meeting. More  

From the Provinces

Ten new Jesuit priests in Korea

Ten new Jesuit priests in KoreaThe Jesuit Korean Province celebrated the ordination of 10 new priests on July 1. More than 2,000 people participated in the ordination mass concelebrated by Most Rev Gyoung-chon Timothy Yu, Auxiliary Bishop of Seoul, and 160 priests, at Myung-dong Cathedral in Seoul, South Korea. During his homily, Bishop Yu reminded the newly ordained Jesuits of the Jesuit charism to be contemplatives in action that makes Jesuit priesthood possible. More 

From the Provinces

Thai Jesuit education project on the way

Thai Jesuit education project on the wayWith the cooperation and support of a considerable circle of lay experts as well as the advice of Jesuit educators in Asia Pacific, the Jesuits in Thailand are embarking on an ambitious education project to serve the poor, especially the indigenous communities in the northern mountains of the country. More 

Jesuit Formation

The joy in the struggle

The joy in the struggleMy experiences in India go with the words of Steve Jobs: “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.” This made me realize how, when I first arrived in India, it was difficult for me to connect the experiences I had to what I have become now. In the beginning, I never thought I would be able to survive in India. It took me three months to adjust. However, God’s graces always encouraged me to see this obstacle with a positive attitude. More 

Other Jesuit News

Stoic determination after a historic disaster

Stoic determination after a historic disasterRelief work continues three months after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on April 25. The disaster killed thousands and demolished more than half a million homes. A few weeks later, on May 12, a second major earthquake struck just as people were beginning to recover. The death toll from the two quakes stands at close to 9,000 people. More 

Conference Calendar
July 22 to August 17

In this issue

  • Reminded of who we are called to serve
  • Converging in Melbourne to discuss social communications
  • Ten new Jesuit priests in Korea
  • Jesuit writes mass for Singapore’s 50th year of independence
  • Thai Jesuit education project on the way
  • Networking Jesuit universities
  • The joy in the struggle
  • Stoic determination after a historic disaster

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: Statement on Laudato si' - July 2015

Statement on Laudato si’ 

We, the major superiors of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific, sincerely and enthusiastically welcome Pope Francis’ new encyclical Laudato si’ (On the Care of Our Common Home).  He draws attention to the urgent need for reconciliation with creation, already one of our apostolic priorities in Asia Pacific.  We urge all the members of our Conference, our colleagues, and all those we seek to serve to make a thoughtful and genero

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin June 2015

JCAP News

Education, the engine of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific

Colégio de Santo Inácio de Loiola, the Jesuit school in Timor-LesteThe education secretaries within the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) are increasingly acting and growing as a network. Participation from provinces and regions with schools is strong and the meeting has shifted from mainly sharing updates to discussing areas of possible collaboration and matters of common concern. More 

From the Provinces

Catholic Alliance for asylum seekers officially launched

CAPSA participants during the walk for asylum seeker justice in Melbourne, Australia on Palm Sunday 2015  The Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum in Australia was officially launched at the start of World Refugee Week (June 14 to 20) in the country. Backed by leading Catholic peak organisations and convened by Jesuit Social Services, CAPSA aims to change hearts and minds across Australia in support of the abolition of harsh asylum seeker policies. The initiative wants to build on work being done in Catholic schools, parishes and organisations across Australia. More

From the Provinces

Bringing quality education within the reach of children in rural areas

Children in Ulmera, Timor-LesteThe Jesuits in Timor-Leste have launched a new education endeavour for the children in Ulmera, a rural part of the country where the still under construction Jesuit education project is located. Through the Ulmera Project, they aim to increase the chances the children from the Ulmera community have of getting into Colégio de Santo Inácio de Loiola, the Jesuit secondary school in Kasait, Ulmera. More

Other Jesuit News

Awarding-winning composer premieres mass for Jesuit Restoration bicentenary

 Morricone receiving a standing ovation after the performance.Ennio Morricone, the Italian composer who has won multiple awards for his film soundtracks, including The Mission, debuted the first mass he has written on June 10 at the Church of the Gesù, the main church of the Society in Rome. Named Missa Papae Francisci in honour of the first Jesuit pope, Morricone composed it, at the request of the Jesuits, to mark the 200th anniversary of the Restoration of the Society of Jesus. More

Conference Calendar
June 27 to 29

In this issue

  • Education, the engine of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific
  • Catholic Alliance for asylum seekers officially launched
  • Raising awareness of the Rohingya in Japan
  • Becoming environment-friendly Jesuit houses
  • Bringing quality education within the reach of children in rural areas
  • Pope Francis' environmental encyclical
  • Jesuit higher education reaches out to margins
  • Awarding-winning composer premieres mass for Jesuit Restoration bicentenary

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin May 2015

JCAP News

Learning Asian theology through an experience of Buddhism

Now on its 10th year, the 2015 East Asia Theological Encounter Programme (EATEP) will be held from July 22 to August 17 at the Seven Fountains Spirituality Centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand.  Jesuit scholastics are invited to join a four-week programme designed to guide them in examining issues of Asian theology, and understanding interreligious dialogue and the inculturation of the Catholic faith in Asia. They will do this through an intensive experience of Buddhism in the specific context of Thailand, which is predominantly Buddhist. More 

From the Provinces

The need for a compassionate refugee policy

The Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA) coordinated by Jesuit Social ServicesTwo years after Pope Francis went to Lampedusa to demonstrate his solidarity with refugees and immigrants, the compassion he showed is needed. The recent pushback of Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi immigrant workers by Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia has made it a call to the Jesuits of our region.  Who can look unmoved into the eyes of the women, children, and men adrift on these boats as they are repelled by nation after nation? More 

Jesuit Formation

Arrupe Residence and the Parable of the Sower

Arrupe International Residence, Manila, 10 December 2015I was so grateful and excited when I found out that I was being sent to the Philippines to work with Casa Bayanihan for my first year of Regency. I grew up in Los Angeles with many Filipino friends, fell in love with the culture, and dreamed of eating delicious mangos, and now I would have the chance to live in the Philippines for one year! And God’s bountiful generosity did not stop there. More

Other Jesuit News

Committing to the rebuilding of Nepal

Relief for earthquake victims in Dhading District, Nepal (May 2015)It has been a month since Nepal suffered the deadliest disaster in its history. A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the Himalayan country on April 25, killing thousands and demolishing more than half a million homes, most of them in rural areas. A second major quake struck on May 12, just as the people were beginning to recover from the previous quake. According to the home ministry, the death toll from the two quakes stands at more than 8,500. More

Conference Calendar
June 27 to 29

In this issue

  • Learning Asian theology through an experience of Buddhism
  • Building a better migration network
  • The need for a compassionate refugee policy
  • Hospitality and solidarity needed in addressing Rohingya
  • It all began with SELA
  • Respecting Indigenous Peoples and their beliefs
  • Arrupe Residence and the Parable of the Sower
  • Being open to dialogue, to change, to transformation
  • Committing to the rebuilding of Nepal

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin April 2015

From the President

Praying for Nepal and Micronesia

Buildings damaged after 2015 Nepal EarthquakeThese last weeks, we have seen and heard yet again of the destruction and devastation caused by natural disasters. Typhoon Maysak at the end of March caused severe damage throughout Micronesia, displacing thousands, ruining livelihoods and food supplies, and damaging infrastructure. And just days ago, on April 25, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake has caused widespread destruction in Nepal. More than half of Nepal’s 75 districts are affected by the earthquake, which struck an area between Kathmandu and the city of Pokhara, destroying historic monuments and damaging many buildings in the Nepalese capital. More

JCAP News

Reporting on the Jesuit Conference

JCAP Annual Report 2015 What do Pope Francis’ visit to Korea, interreligious dialogue, social justice, Jesuit formation, and religious life have in common?  They are some of the significant moments for the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific in 2014 and the ones we have chosen to highlight in our 2015 annual report.  More

From the Provinces

Struggling to recover from Typhoon Maysak

Cleaning up at Xavier High School after Super Typhoon Maysak Weeks after Typhoon Maysak hit Micronesia at the end of March, the people are still struggling to pick up the pieces and recover from the destruction. Needs assessment is ongoing for Chuuk and Yap, the two Micronesian states worst affected by Maysak. Close to 7,000 were displaced in Chuuk, with most now living with relatives or staying in schools or government offices, according to USAID. Maysak damaged crops and fishing boats, fruit trees and water catchment areas, threatening their livelihood, and affecting their food and water supply. More

From the Provinces

Beijing Center study abroad program voted one of the best by US students

Student participants of the TBC China study abroad programThe China study abroad program offered by The Beijing Center (TBC) was recently ranked among the top five exchange programs for university students in the United States. In a press release announcing the results of its fourth annual Study Abroad Rankings, Abroad101 press said that the rankings are the result of compiled evaluations from US university students who attended short-term, credit-bearing study abroad programs overseas. More 

Jesuit Formation

A time of total and full integration

Timorese Jesuit Fr Venancio Pereira recently completed his tertianship in Sri Lanka.After 12 years of being ordained a Jesuit priest and 23 years in the Society of Jesus, the society of love where I began learning and loving, my tertianship program became a time of “total and full integration.” It was a time of going back to the womb of the Society that nurtured and formed me; it was also a time to see once again how much God loves me. For this, I offer my deep gratitude to the Lord who has called me, and who has been continually calling me to be a Jesuit, a part of the Society of Jesus. More

Other Jesuit News

Collaborating to promote the right to education 

Edujesuit.orgA new Jesuit initiative was recently launched to foster collaboration in making the right to quality education for all a reality across the world.  In our world today, 62 million children do not go to school, 250 million children finish primary school without knowing how to read or write due to the poor quality of education and 751 million of people aged 15 and above cannot read or write, and two thirds of them are women. The website, edujesuit.org, is intended to be a communication and participation tool for the Right to Education Network of the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN). More

Conference Calendar
April 20 to May 20

In this issue

  • Praying for Nepal and Micronesia
  • Reporting on the Jesuit Conference
  • LST-EAPI offer new program in Pastoral Leadership and Management
  • Struggling to recover from Typhoon Maysak
  • Beijing Center study abroad program voted one of the best by US students
  • Jesuits Among Muslims in Senegal
  • A time of total and full integration
  • Collaborating to promote the right to education
  • JRS partners with Jesuit law schools to help child migrants in the USA

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Jesuits in Asia Pacific: News Bulletin March 2015

JCAP News

Increasing collaboration on disaster risk reduction and management 

JCAP Developing Protocol Framework 2014 thumbnailThe Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) is developing a protocol that outlines steps for Jesuits in responding to disasters in this part of the world. Responses to catastrophic events are collaborative in nature, joining local efforts and guiding important international support. This is an ongoing process with other organisations and there is much learning from the experiences of Jesuits on the ground. The effort is also to find ways to collaborate across different phases in disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) that demand a wider range of coordination beyond disaster. More

From the Provinces

SLB renews commitment to a faith that does justice

SLB Anniversary Week Promo thumbnailSimbahang Lingkod ng Bayan (SLB), the social justice arm of the Philippine Jesuit Province marked 29 years of service to the Church and the Filipino nation recently with a week-long celebration themed “Renewing a Faith that does Justice”. Over the years, SLB has evolved and developed programs in response to the needs of Philippine society, and the celebration from February 21 to March 1 was an opportunity to showcase current programs and introduce new ones.  More

From the Provinces

A common word: An interfaith experience of Islam

10 students from Santa Clara University’s Jesuit School of Theology (JST) on a trip in January for a three-week immersion in IslamThey travelled from California in the United States to Yogyakarta in Indonesia in search of a common word.  The 10 students were from Santa Clara University’s Jesuit School of Theology (JST) and the trip in January was for a three-week immersion in Islam. The 2015 Indonesia Immersion is part of a theological immersion program the Jesuit School of Theology has run for more than a decade to provide its students with a unique opportunity to study an Asian religious tradition in its local context. More  

Jesuit Formation

Reflections from the Asia Pacific Tertianship

2014-2015 Asia Pacific Tertianship Ten tertians from nine provinces recently completed the 2014-2015 Asia Pacific Tertianship in Manila.  For six months, from September 7, 2014 to March 6, 2015, the tertians were engaged in ministries, chosen with the guidance of their spiritual directors. These were varied and included working in prisons, migrant service, orphanages, parishes, high schools, hospitals, and with indigenous people’s ministry. The tertians also made the full 30-day Spiritual Exercises, guided by tertian instructor Fr Agustinus Priyono Marwan SJ of the Indonesian Jesuit Province and assistant to the tertian instructor Ramon Ma. L. Bautista SJ. More

Other Jesuit News

Partners in protection

The Centre for Child Protection, based at the Jesuit-run Pontifical Gregorian University in RomeThe Centre for Child Protection, based at the Jesuit-run Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, is at the forefront of the Catholic Church’s global response to prevent the sexual abuse of minors and vulnerable persons. This pioneering venture offers assistance, particularly through education, to churches and religious and nongovernmental organisations, especially in Africa, Asia, and South America, to enable them to deal with and prevent abuse in their fields of responsibility. More

Conference Calendar
April 6 to 20

In this issue

  • Increasing collaboration on disaster risk reduction and management
  • SLB renews commitment to a faith that does justice
  • Building a church in the middle of nowhere
  • A common word: An interfaith experience of Islam
  • Tales from the Bangkok Immigration Detention Centre
  • Jesuit composer writes mass for ANZAC Centenary
  • Reflections from the Asia Pacific Tertianship
  • Starting theology in Belo Horizonte
  • Partners in protection

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