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SJES Jubilee - 50 years of Blessings, Gratefully, Envision the Future
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Latin America - CPAL's Message on Venezuelan Crisis
(Mar-2019) 
 

Global - Jesuit Networking Launches New Collaborative Platform
(Mar-2019) 
 

Belgium- "Act now for the climate... let's be coherent!", an article from Charles Delhez SJ
(Mar-2019) 
 

Africa - JASCNET Rebranded, It is now JENA
(Mar-2019) 
 

Europe - JESC starts European Leadership Program
(Mar-2019) 
 

Britain - Is Leadership too Important to be Left to Leaders?
(Mar-2019) 
 

Britain - A Zero Carbon Future for the Catholic Church?
(Mar-2019) 
 

Vatican - A Conference to study Role of Religions in SDGs
(Mar-2019) 
 

Global - Church must Take Responsibility to Safeguard Children
(Mar-2019) 
 

Global - Students Demand Climate Action from Their Governments
(Mar-2019) 
 

Pan Amazon - REPAM: Shaping a Church with an Amazon and an Indigenous Face
(Mar-2019) 
 

Canada - Jesuit Statement Against the Emergency Act in the United States
(Mar-2019) 
 

Canada - Dichiarazione dei gesuiti contro l'Emergency Act negli Stati Uniti
(Mar-2019) 
 

Father General announces the Universal Apostolic Preferences
(Feb-2019) 
 

Global - Justice in Mining network in Solidarity with Brumadinho
(Feb-2019) 
 

USA - Pope Francis Centre Responds to Extreme winter weather in Detroit
(Feb-2019) 
 

Haiti - From a Locked Country to a Country in Ruins
(Feb-2019) 
 

Amazon - REPAM Denounces 13 Cases of Human Rights Violations in Amazon Communities
(Feb-2019) 
 

India/USA - Seeking Alternatives to an Extractive Economy, U.S. Jesuit Delegation in Kohima
(Feb-2019) 
 

Asia Pacific - The Road ahead for the Social Apostolate
(Feb-2019) 
 

Spain - 100 families to receive refugees
(Feb-2019) 
 

Africa - Arrupe Jesuit University Organizes a Safeguarding Workshop
(Feb-2019) 
 

India - Stan Swamy: 'Question the Government, You can be called an Extremist'
(Feb-2019) 
 

USA/Mexico - Coffee, Jesuits, and Justice: A Cooperative Model Addresses Root Causes of Migration
(Feb-2019) 
 

Nepal - Jesuits construct Xavier Road to Connect Remote Villages of Himalayas
(Feb-2019) 
 

Latin America - AUSJAL and REPAM define plans for Amazon Synod
(Feb-2019) 
 

Guyana - Jesuit School says We Need to Learn from Indigenous to Care for Creation
(Jan-2019) 
 

USA - Nine Myths about Immigrants and the American Immigration System
(Jan-2019) 
 

Nepal - Jesuit Social Institute Quenches the Thirst of Indigenous Villages
(Jan-2019) 
 

Amazon Synod - New Paths for the Church and for an Integral Ecology
(Jan-2019) 
 

Amazon - Jesuits of the Amazonian Preference (BRA) defend indigenous and lay leadership
(Jan-2019) 
 

India - Udayani Makes an Adivasi Woman a Social Activist
(Jan-2019) 
 

Guatemala - The CA Province Expresses Concern over Rule of Law and Democracy
(Jan-2019) 
 

Asia Pacific - Engaging with Taiwan Aborigines and the Chinese Jesuit Mission
(Jan-2019) 
 

Kenya - Migration Flows from Ethiopia to Euorpe: A Conundrum for the EU?
(Jan-2019) 
 

 

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News


   
EcoJesuit - IPCC on Climate Change

(Oct-2013)

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) gathers the effort done by the scientific community to provide evidence to decision makers and the public on the mechanisms and effects of climate change. At the end of September, it has produced its Fifth Assessment Report: Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis. This is the outcome of the Working Group I, a full report of more than 2,000 pages, the major findings of which are furnished in a Summary for Policymakers. EcoJesuit has made a comment on it. Read more...

   
PJ 112 Community as mission

(Oct-2013)

There is an interest in renewing the sense of community life in the Society in a way that it could be considered part of the mission and make it possible to offer a friendly space to the poor. Hence we wanted to dedicate this issue of Promotio to gather a series of articles which explore the question in more depth: Read more...

   
Vatican. On mining:

(Oct-2013)

The CEOs of some of the world's top mining companies went to the Vatican for a day-long meeting in September to discuss better ways to operate in communities that are increasingly protesting the destructive impacts of mining. Communities are fearful - with good reason - of the impacts of mining on their water, land and air. Fr. Josep Mària sj was part of the team gathered by the Pontifical Council for Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation to dialogue with the CEOs. Pope Francis offered a message of greeting and challenge to the group and offered his prayers and blessings on the event: Read more...

   
Dominican Republic - Defending Dominicans of Haitian origin:

(Oct-2013)

The Bonó Centre in Dominican Republic has denounced as unjust the decision taken by the Dominican Constitutional Court that identifies as migrants in transit persons that have been in the country for the last 85 years. This decision prevents the naturalizing process of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian origin present in the country for many decades. They have launched a campaign to defend these Dominicans: Read more...

   
Central America - Position on Mining Extractive activities:

(Oct-2013)

At the end of September the Social Apostolate sector in Central America gathered together to discuss about increasing mining activities in their countries. They expressed their resilience against mining industries that are causing social and environmental disasters, being also a constant threat for the lives of rural and indigenous communities. They finished their meeting with a declaration: Read more...

   
Sri Lanka - Harassment by military personnel

(Oct-2013)

The Centre for Promotion and Protection of Human Rights working in Trincomalee said they had been harassed by military personnel, two days after UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay complained of reprisals against persons and organisations in the North and East who held discussions with her during her week long mission to Sri Lanka. More: Read more...

   
Malta - Faith and Environment:

(Oct-2013)

On the 14th September the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice with the support of other entities including the Interdiocesan Commission for the Environment; the Parish of Bormla and the Borma Local council organized TWEMBJENT a festival on the theme Faith and the Environment. The festival included a Mass on the theme. Stands on various aspects of sustainable development, others presenting work done by various environmental NGOs as well as a stand for environment friendly food were set up. Small groups were guided in prayerful reflections on the link between Faith and the Environment: Read more...

   
US - Comprehensive immigration reform legislation

(Oct-2013)

In a sign that Catholic Jesuit institutions across the country want the U.S. House of Representatives to take action on comprehensive immigration reform legislation, nearly thirty Jesuit institutions across the country hosted events in support of legislation that includes a pathway to citizenship during the week of September 22-29, 2013. Learn more about these events, supported and organized by the Ignatian Solidarity Network here: Read more...

   
Asia Pacific - Building houses for the poor:

(Oct-2013)

Xavier University undergraduate Mary Joy Conquilla never dreamt that she would ever build a house as a gift, but she recently did just that in a Jesuit education programme conceived to encourage students to apply Ignatian pedagogy in their everyday lives. Mary Joy was one of 33 students and seven faculty members from nine Jesuit institutions participating in this year's Service Learning Programme (SLP), in which the housing building project was the main service activity. The SLP is an initiative of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Asia Pacific (AJCU-AP) and was, this year, hosted by Ateneo de Naga University: Read more...