Jesuit Networking

Jesuit Networking is an international initiative to support the emergence of collaborative bottom­-up innovation for the universal Mission within the wider Jesuit apostolic body. Read more…

An Ignatian Advocacy Network in Ecology

Do Jesuits and their collaborators have something to say and do about ecology? Apparently they do. In fact, in 2008, General Congregation 35 (GC 35), the most important deliberative body of the Society of Jesus, invited Jesuits and all works

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Guest Author

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Jesuit Mission

The real measure of our Schools.

This story is about a boy in the 1970s who attended a Jesuit high school in Manhattan. I took the train to Regis high school every day, and then also attended university. Like many in my class, I was the

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Chris Lowney

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Collaboration

Always Looking To The Mission

Frequently we say that one of the characteristics of modernity is pluralism. We have ceased to be a homogeneous world, and perhaps ceased to think of it as homogeneous.  Today we talk about an interculturality shaping our societies. With this

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Jorge Cela

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Collaboration

Six Months Milestone. Thanks!!

Do you realize that Jesuit Networking has been online for 6 months already? In January when we started with our three lines of work: communicate, research and collaborate. After half a year, we can consider that all of our communication platform, channels and

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Dani Villanueva

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