June 18, 2015 — Today Pope Francis released his highly anticipated encyclical on the environment, "Laudato Si': On the Care for Our Common Home," calling on all people worldwide to act on climate change as a moral responsibility. Read more
Father Michael Stogre died unexpectedly on June 24, 2015, at the Jesuit house in Vancouver, British Columbia. He was in his 71st year of life, four days short of his birthday, and in religious life for 52 years. Michael Joseph Stogre was born in Prince Edward Island on June 28, 1944.
"Father Van," Jesuit missionary who ministered in Darjeeling, India, died on June 1, 2015 at the age of 88. He was a Jesuit for 70 years. Given his talents, Fr. Van filled many posts in virtually every part of the Darjeeling Mission.
Jesuit (Summer 2015)
CJI Mission News
Jesuit (Winter 2015)
Jesuit Chris Farrell explores how he uses his talents as a Jesuit
The past and the future of the Canadian Jesuit mission are explored.
Fr. John Sullivan discusses his journey to the Jesuit priesthood and parish ministry.
Jesuit scholastic Artur Suski explains the goal of the Examen, a prayer technique from the Spiritual Exercises developed by the founder of the Jesuits, St. Ignatius of Loyola.
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Jesuit Parishes and Retreat Centers
From British Columbia to Newfoundland, there are a wide variety of Jesuit parishes and retreat centres in Canada. You can find Jesuit parishes in the heart of cities, on Native reservations, university campuses, and more. Jesuit retreat centres can be found nestled in the beautiful Canadian shield, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, or integrated in Canada's urban landscapes. Discover them here.
Holy Cross Church
Originally built in 1852 on the Wikwemikong Native Reserve, Holy Cross is the oldest Catholic Church in Northern Ontario.