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.
Michelle O'Brien, the Province Director of Professional Standards and Staff Relations, says she is mindful in her role of the trust placed in her, of the need to bring light into the darkness, to make amends, to heal, to restore and to act compassionately and justly.
Schools celebrate Restoration at St Mary's Cathedral
Around 1500 senior students from Sydney's three Jesuit-aligned schools took part in a joint celebration for the 200th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Society at St Mary's Cathedral on 7 August.
Child protection expert to visit Australia
The Australian Province of the Society of Jesus has invited Dr Kathleen McChesney to review its policies and practices in professional standards with a view to international best practice.
The depths and expansiveness of learning
In the second of a series of interviews with lay leaders in our Jesuit schools, Province Express Editor Michael McVeigh speaks to St Ignatius' College Riverview Principal Dr Paul Hine about how schools are continuing to foster the Ignatian charism among staff and students.
Where will the vulnerable go?
Australia's tougher welfare policies may cut the number of people accessing and receiving payments, but those people may still resurface in crisis shelters, hospital departments and prisons, says Jesuit Social Services CEO Julie Edwards.
Change through understanding
Fr Peter Hosking SJ says when we allow ourselves to get amongst the intractableness of sad situations - such as what is currently happening in Iraq and Gaza - nothing is clear for a while. Yet that is where we must go if we are to understand what is really happening. We cannot be neutral about human pain.