The Communication and Public Relations Office
This office is responsible for communication within and outside the Society of Jesus.
The Liturgical Commission
The office is responsible for preparation and publication of liturgical texts for the saints and blessed of the Society of Jesus.
The Archives - Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu (ARSI)
On the grounds of the Jesuit General Curia in Rome is located the Archives building
housing ARSI which is the official central archives for the worldwide Society of Jesus.
It houses a large number of Jesuit documents both historic and contemporary.
Other Jesuit documents are held by the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale Vittorio Emanuele II
(Fondo Gesuitico dei Manoscritti) and the Vatican Archives.
The Library of the Curia
Since the restoration of the Society the Bibliotheca Praepositi Generalis Societatis Iesu has collected copies of all books published by Jesuits.
At present the practice is that authors send one copy to the library and two if the subject matter deals with the Society.
At present the library has about 175,000 books written from 1800 to the present, 206 current periodicals, and 250 periodicals that are no longer published.
The library is in the process of becoming a member of the CEIBIB (Conferenza Episcopale Italiana: Biblioteca)
and will soon have all its books catalogued on the internet.
The library remains private but Jesuits and other scholars can use it with special permission of the librarian.
The Development Resources Office of the Curia
The Jesuits work in over 130 countries throughout the world, dedicated to a variety
of apostolates; spiritual, social and educational, while 'finding God in all things.'
Jesuits work in spirituality centers, refugee camps, universities, schools, and parishes:
always present on the frontiers of faith and culture.
If you would like information on how to help the people we serve, please contact us.
We are happy to answer your questions.
FACSI- Fundus Apostolicus et caritativus Societatis Iesu
The solidarity fund of the Society of Jesus to help needs inside and outside the Society.