From the Provincial
Welcome to the new year
Acting Provincial Father Des Dwyer celebrates this week's announcement, and welcomes new members to the Province for 2008.
Climate Change: Who Pays the Price?
This year's Jesuit Lenten Seminar Series looks at the established and potential effects of climate change, particularly those who will be left paying the price of our actions.
Eureka Street keeps on rollin’
Eureka Street this week began going out daily, beginning the new year with what it describes as a ‘fresh roll of the dice'.
Jesuit Mission looks beyond India
A new era begins for Jesuit Mission's bi-monthly newsletter, after five decades of sharing news from our overseas Jesuits.
Around the Works
Tertians begin journey
This year's tertians have arrived in Australia, embarking on their seven-month tertianship program.
Margaret Silf in Australia
British Ignatian retreat facilitator Margaret Silf has arrived in Australia to conduct a series of seminars, workshops and retreats for the Centres of Ignatian Spirituality.
Eye on MAGiS
Sponsor a pilgrim
MAGiS calls young adults to a deeper appreciation of the world and their place in it. It's about encouraging young people to seek ‘more' for their lives, and for the world.
Eye on the General Congregation
Father General celebrates first Mass
Father Adolfo Nicolás celebrated his first Mass as Superior General of the Society of Jesus on Sunday at the Gesú church in Rome.
Our new General
Philippines Provincial Father Daniel Patrick Huang describes the atmosphere in Rome following the election of Father Adolfo Nicolás.
'A source of my consolation'
Outgoing Father General Peter Hans Kolvenbach has stepped down from the order amid glowing appreciation, and with a tribute to Jesuit Refugee Service.
Thinking with the Church
In his homily at the opening Mass for the 35th General Congregation, Cardinal Rode stressed the importance of the sentire cum ecclesia and encouraged the Jesuits to give leadership and good witness in this area. Sandie Cornish asks what does it mean for us today to think and feel and act with the Church and what might it mean for those who work in partnership with the Jesuits for mission?