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The feast day of St Francis Xavier this year will be remembered with great historic significance in the Australian Church, marked with a solemn mass that acknowledged the deeper communion of Australians with Xavier and celebrated the end of the Pilgrimage of Grace in the presence of his relic one last time.
Australia’s newest Jesuit school, Redfern Jarjum College, is set to open its doors at the start of 2013.
Two of Jesuit Theological College’s foremost educators have been appointed to Australia’s very first University of Specialisation.
The Society of Jesus’ Superior General, Fr Adolfo Nicolas SJ, has urged all Jesuits to give renewed attention to the service of faith as a key element of Jesuit identity and mission.
Emerging from a shelter after days of bombardment, Ali Ghaznawee realised that he could no longer live in the troubled city of Kabul. Yesterday, this medical doctor and asylum seeker recounted life during the Afghani civil war, and under the Taliban, at Jesuit Refugee Service’s annual Melbourne Cup Luncheon.
The Australian government’s decision to excise the mainland from the migration zone is a retrograde and reprehensible step that amounts to a selective de facto withdrawal from the Refugee Convention and undermines the international refugee protection regime, says Jesuit Refugee Service Australia.
Jesuit Social Services says it is not unusual for young people to not know a single adult who has held a regular job, or for crime, homelessness and poverty to be the everyday experience in some family networks.
It was a ‘coming home’ of sorts last Tuesday, as friends and admirers gathered at Newman College to launch Fr Peter Steele’s new book, and pay tribute to his lifelong contribution to Australian literature.
What do you do when you find yourself in a city ravaged by warfare, where the residents that haven’t yet fled barricade themselves inside their homes, waiting for news of attacks? If you’re Jesuit Fr Ziad Hilal, you start a school, and in so doing light a fire in a place besieged by darkness.
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