Jesuits in Korea and Japan confront ethnic reconciliation

August 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...

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A whole story of gratitude, renewal and hope

“There are a lot of stories we can tell about these two institutions, but they are a whole story of gratitude, renewal and hope”.  The two institutions are Loyola...

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A beacon of hope

Indonesian scholastic Tiro Daenuwy SJ shares what he learnt from his immersion experience in an Islamic boarding house in Garut, West Java, Indonesia.  The five-day...

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Ateneo de Davao University underscores commitment to the environment

The southern Philippine island of Mindanao is home to an abundance of natural resources, chief among them are forests and aquatic resources that sustain and nourish...

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Serving the City, Serving the People

Thirty-eight students from Jesuit universities in four Asian countries gathered in Yogyakarta, Indonesia for this year’s Service Learning Programme (SLP), hosted by...

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In Motion videos on refugee stories

“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,”...

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Celebrating the Season of Creation

In one sense it is strange that we should have a “season” of Creation. All seasons are of Creation; they are its very life, the process of sustaining all lives.  ...

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He never went back home

The Jesuit Journey of Adolfo Nicolás Fr Adolfo Nicolás SJ has served as superior general of the Society of Jesus since 2008. He will formally step down next month as...

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The Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific covers the life and service of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) in 16 countries in Asia and the Pacific.