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What COVID teaches us about collaboration & networking

“The attitude we need to develop is to move away from Jesuit triumphalism, thinking that with our resources, our ingenuity, […]

Apostolic Planning in a time of Covid-19

In Asia Pacific, we seem to have entered a secondary phase in the Covid-19 crisis, which can perhaps be called […]

A new JCAP network for protecting minors and vulnerable adults

Safety in Ministry is the newest apostolic network of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP). Conference President Fr Tony […]

Australia: Pastoral and social care during Covid-19

While parishioners haven’t been able to gather at Mass, some Jesuit parishes in Australia have been keeping people connected in digital spaces, […]

JCIM continues the journey with collaboration

In the last two decades, the Jesuits in Asia Pacific have been working with Indigenous Peoples in Australia and Oceania, […]

Finding God in lived experiences with indigenous and Muslim communities

A small group of Jesuit scholastics, composed of two Indonesians, two Filipinos and one Korean, and a lay woman travelled […]

Global Compacts and JCAP Migration Network

In a time of increased globalisation, it is a sign of the times to live with the “stranger”. How do […]

Jesuit Social Services and Jesuit Refugee Service Australia to jointly convene CAPSA

The leaders of two Australian Jesuit Province social ministries, Jesuit Social Services and Jesuit Refugee Service Australia have signed an […]

Ignatian leadership and discernment in light of the Universal Apostolic Preferences

Over 50 Jesuits and lay collaborators gathered at Monte Cucco, just outside of Rome, to reflect on how Ignatian leadership […]

A leadership rooted in discernment

I am grateful to have been a part of the Ignatian leadership and discernment meeting in Rome. The combination of […]