Mer et Monde
Mer et Monde souhaite favoriser l’exercice de la solidarité entre les personnes et les peuples, en encourageant l’émergence d’un réseau d’artisans, qui osent des gestes significatifs pour la dignité de tous les humains aspirant à la liberté, à la justice, à la paix.
Carrefour d’action interculturelle
Quebec City, Québec
Notre rôle est d’offrir un accueil chaleureux et attentif aux personnes qui font l’expérience d’une vie nouvelle, dans un contexte social, laïque, économique, culturel, alimentaire, climatique … dépaysant.
Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and Justice
Grounded in Ignatian or Jesuit spirituality, the Forum’s approach is built on the conviction that God is at work in the world, continually attracting people towards the greater good and inspiring positive change.
Centre Justice et foi
Le Centre justice et foi (CJF) est un centre d’analyse sociale qui pose un regard critique sur les structures sociales, politiques, économiques, culturelles et religieuses.
Ignatius Jesuit Centre
Ignatius Jesuit Centre cultivates spiritual growth and ecological engagement. The Jesuits have a long history in the Guelph area. A year before the city was founded in 1827, a member of the party of John Galt (founder of the city) was married by a Jesuit. German Jesuits first settled in the area in 1852. In the early years, the Jesuits played a role in establishing St. Joseph’s hospital, Catholic schools, the construction of the Church of Our Lady Immaculate, an important landmark and place of worship in the city, and establishing Sacred Heart Parish.
Canadian Jesuits International
Canadian Jesuits International is an international development agency of the Jesuits of English Canada that supports poor and marginalized people in developing countries through the work of Jesuits and other partners. We also carry out education and advocacy in Canada on international social justice.
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The Ministry of Fresh Mangoes, Meaty Coconuts and the Shade of Trees
“Sometimes I find it hard to look at the deforested mountains in some departments,” says Br. Marcel Charélus, SJ, director of the Centre de Spiritualité Pierre-Favre in Port-au-Prince. Fortunately, Haitian Jesuits such as Br. Marcel and Br. Mathurin Charlot, SJ, are involved in some reforestation projects. The latter, an agricultural technician and one of the oldest Jesuits in Haiti, works in the Artibonite Department with the Project to Support Reforestation and Agricultural Development (PAREDA).