March 11, 2016

European Civil Society responds to the decision to deport refugees

European Civil Society, Catholic organizations and particularly the organizations of the Society of Jesus, are reacting with astonishment and disgust […]
December 9, 2015

Looking forward: “a candle is not lighted to place it under the table"

Throughout the third week of November Jesuits and laypeople gathered in Loyola, Spain coming from some of the most important […]
September 21, 2015

A Historic Visit: Pope Francis and Ignatian-inspired initiatives

Facebook and Twitter feeds abound with stories and highlights surrounding Pope Francis’ historic visits to Cuba and the United States […]
August 10, 2015

The Jesuit Post — A ‘Jesuit’ ‘Net’ ‘Work’

The Jesuit Post (TJP) recently celebrated our three year anniversary. As a writer and associate editor for TJP I’m excited […]
July 27, 2015

10 notes on mobility

Many Jesuit institutions have international volunteer programs. Jesuit Networking is a way of thinking that links people and institutions from […]
April 28, 2015

entreParéntesis: Dialogue at the Frontiers

Our motto at entreParéntesis is “Dialogue at the frontiers” and our aim is to create a space to meet and dialogue […]
April 13, 2015

Edujesuit: the Society of Jesus takes another step in defending the right to education

On April 13, 2015 The Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN) Education Core Group launched edujesuit, a tool for communication and […]
February 2, 2015

21st Century Skills

In this article, Fernando Vidal tells us something about the media skills we need for today’s world. Our research has […]
January 12, 2015

Developing a True "Frontier Mentality"

Pope Francis just named the first-ever Cardinals from Cape Verde, Tonga, and Myanmar and was hailed for reaching out yet […]
December 28, 2014

One year of life…

An image of St. Ignatius and the first companions holding a laptop marked the provocative launch of this website on 17 […]