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.
New priest stationed at the crossroads
It's a different world to that of Ignatius and the first companions, but Fr Philip Moller SJ, ordained last weekend in Adelaide, will continue their mission of bringing the Gospels to where it is most needed.
Blessed by God
In his final message as Provincial, Fr Steve Curtin SJ says he has felt blessed by God to have been given a role that has allowed him to support and encourage to thousands of people involved in Jesuit ministries.
Australian Jesuits take out top spots in USA Writing Awards
The peak body for US Catholic publishing houses, the Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP), has announced that the books of two Australian Jesuit authors have been awarded top prizes in their annual Excellence in Publishing Awards.
Sharing in the mission of Christ
Incoming Provincial Fr Brian McCoy SJ says he sees his new role as similar to that of the five-eighth in rugby - to help others move the ball forward.
Bishop's plea for student absconders
Bishop Greg O'Kelly SJ has says refugee minors who went into hiding after two of their number were publically removed from their classrooms by immigration officials were living in fear of being whisked away without warning.