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…

INTERVIEW | “The gathering of the European Ignatian family” wishes and challenges of the new President of the Conference of European Provincials

Frank Janin SJ, the newly appointed President of the Conference of European Jesuit Provincials (CEP) has said that he believes that Europe is at “a key moment in its history” and that the Society of Jesus has a valuable role

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Guest Author

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Migration

Inter-Conference collaboration to research for better understanding among Muslims and Christians

Jesuits in two Jesuit Conferences have agreed to collaborate on a research project to promote better understanding and dialogue among Muslims and Christians in Asia. The 10 Jesuits from the Conferences of Asia Pacific and South Asia came to this

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Jesuit Networking

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Research

PUBLICATION | The 2017 Yearbook of the Society of Jesus is dedicated to the indigenous peoples

“The world is our house”. With this sentence, Jerónimo Nadal, one of the first Jesuits, starts the main part of the 2017 Yearbook of the Society of Jesus, dedicated to the Jesuit commitment with the communities and the indigenous cultures.
In these

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Erika Meyer

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Communication

Two international Jesuit networks join the Pope’s World Prayer Network for the child soldiers cause

On the occasion of the International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers on 12 February 2017, two international networks, Entreculturas and the Jesuit Refugee Service, have joined Pope Francis’ monthly intention to pray and mobilise for the end of

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Jesuit Networking

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Collaboration

Global jesuit denunciation to Trump’s Executive Orders from the U.S., Canada and Mexico

Regarding the latest events related to the migratory policies the U.S. President Donald Trump has issued, the Mexican Province of the Society of Jesus and the Conference of Latin American Provincials (CPAL) are joining the statement of the Jesuit Conference of

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Jesuit Networking

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Migration

Joint steps towards the right to education awareness of the Latin American Conference and the Global Advocacy Network

Ensuring the right to a quality education is a prior issue for the education sector in the Conference of Jesuits Provincials in Latin America (CPAL) and in the common work agenda of the belonging networks. Due to some aspects such

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Network Cases

Ignatian inspired initiatives towards Trump’s impeachment: prayers of solidarity and an open letter for refugees and migrants

Recognizing the convulsed times that may be coming as President-Elect Trump takes office, Catholic communities across the country joined together in “prayers of light” for immigrants on Thursday, the night before his impeachment. The national effort is coordinated by the Ignatian Solidarity

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Jesuit Networking

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Jesuit Mission

Compelling Ignatian pedagogy: not an easy task

Gathering and promoting an effective dissemination of the large set of documents that the atmosphere of the Society of Jesus’s networks is producing every day is not an easy task; this assignment is carried out by the Virtual Centre for

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Guest Author

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Collaboration

Interview: digital communication for collaboration during GC 36

2016 was an important year for the Society of Jesus. During the months of October and November, its 36th General Congregation was celebrated. Besides electing Fr Arturo Sosa as the new Superior General, the Jesuits discussed the challenges facing the order in

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Jesuit Networking

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Communication

8 reasons why social Jesuit organizations- should do advocacy

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that  ever has"(Margaret Mead)
Indeed, these changes in citizenship around the world occur through advocacy, which can be broadly defined as

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Valeria Méndez de Vigo

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Jesuit Mission

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