Living faithfully for God
A moving piece from Fr Geoffrey King SJ, who is living with motor neurone disease.
Seven days of Papal Creation: From Conclave to Installation
Australian Jesuit Fr Richard Leonard reports back from a big week in Rome.
Fun and learning as Jarjum opens
A dream two years in the making was realised on Monday 11 February when Redfern Jarjum College, the first Jesuit school to be established in Australia in over 60 years, opened its doors to 24 Indigenous primary-aged children.
Australian support gives East Timorese children hope
The first class has begun its lessons at the Colégio Santo Inácio de Loiola, Kasait, in East Timor, following the new Jesuit school’s grand opening on 15 January. Australian Jesuit schools and parishes are major supporters of the Instituto de Educação Jesuíta project.
Ignatian schools seek the magis
Leaders from Australian Jesuit and Companion schools gathered at Xavier College in Melbourne last week to explore how Pope Francis might inspire different ways of looking at education.
Seeking Ignatian depth in Jesuit education
What we seek to do ‘for the greater glory of God’ has little to do with being more active or doing more things or taking on more responsibilities, writes Fr Brian McCoy SJ. It is about the magis of gratitude, holding and experiencing a deep spirit of gratitude in all we are and do.
National Day of Prayer and Action launched
More than 200 school communities across Australia are expected to stand in solidarity with people seeking asylum by participating in a new National Day of Prayer and Action organised by the Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA).
Province employment opportunities
A history of General Congregations, Pt 1
In the lead up to the 36th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus in October, we take a look at past gatherings, their curiosities and their impact on our ministry today. In this issue, we look at GC1 to GC6, including an early debate about facial hair.