junio 9, 2014

Jesuit Alumni in Action

Since the beginning of the Jesuit Networking Project, we have highlighted the work of our colleagues at the Ignatian Solidarity […]
junio 2, 2014

The purpose of Jesuit Networking

So, may Fr General and the Jesuits forgive us if we now start making a bit of noise in order […]
mayo 19, 2014

Where the sidewalk ends

Since the time of St. Ignatius, education has always been at the heart of the Jesuit Mission. As Patxi Álvarez SJ […]
mayo 12, 2014

Our Real "Social" Networks

Jesuit Networking looks not only to the future, but also to the present. If you follow our blog you might […]
abril 28, 2014

Jesuit Networking in the Business World

What should we note in our students who pass through Jesuit Higher Education institutions? Or even more importantly, as Father […]
abril 21, 2014

Re-discovering Universality

One of the most positive aspects of globalization is that it has, in fact, made communication and cooperation possible with […]
abril 14, 2014

The Pope, Leadership and dusty shoes

This story is about our current Pope, and it is a story about how one begins to tackle a difficult […]
abril 7, 2014

Networks as Place of Real Encounter

‘Internet doesn’t exist, it is lived.’ This is how Antonio Spadaro provocatively began his talk at the first congress on […]
marzo 31, 2014

Value Added of Jesuit Networks

Networking provides added values that can be achieved by other means only with difficulty. Previously in this blog we’ve focused […]
marzo 24, 2014

A "Networked” Experience of Community Prayer

An exciting new Lenten experience has been launched by the Jesuits in the United States called Moved to Greater Love. […]
marzo 17, 2014

SIPEI 2014. Education & Ignatian Spirituality

SIPEI is the International Seminar on Ignatian Pedagogy and Spirituality, organized by the Secretariat of Education of the Society of […]
marzo 10, 2014

From Survey on Networking & Collaboration

In a previous post we launched a preliminary survey with the help of the Boler School of Business at John […]