Ecological research, working together towards international development, and spirituality apps: the latest issue of Canadian Jesuits
January 20, 2020 – “Dare to care,” encouraged Fr. Jim Lefebvre in an interview with the Canadian Jesuits magazine. This is also the central theme tying together the latest edition, whether its learning to be open and work for justice during an internship for Mer et Monde, engaging in self-kindness during Jesuit retreats or the love to all shown by brother Dan Leckman, Cardinal Michael Czerny or Fr. Julien Harvey.
Click on the image above to view the latest issue.
You can find this first issue of 2020 either online or as a paper copy in most of the Jesuit works across the province of Canada.
While a large proportion of the Canadian population is in self isolation due to Coronavirus Covid-19, technology is vital to sustaining our need for human contact. So, in a today's context, how can technology help us to maintain personal connections and build community?
March 16, 2020 — On my recent trip to Haiti I visited the southern peninsula for the first time. This is the region of the country that was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. The local community has been desirous of having its own parish.
We would like to offer this simple method for praying together online with the Word of God. Though many dioceses have cancelled the Sunday Eucharist to help civil authorities slow the transmission of the coronavirus, the Church is first and foremost the people of God gathered together as the Body of Christ.
March 9, 2020 — Wikwemikong was selected to pilot activities that would contribute to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), a project supporting conversion of fossil fueled appliances to appliances heating with wood pellets.
February 26, 2020 — Come and share a moment of discussion and reflection with Peter Bisson, SJ, who will speak about his experience on Thursday 19 March during a Discover Soirée at the Villa Saint-Martin. A time for personal reflection will follow.
February 20, 2020 — The Jesuits of Canada have urged the Government of Canada to work "assiduously toward a peaceful resolution of the conflict now underway in the traditional territory of the Wet’suwet’en People".