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Social Justice and Ecology

From South Africa’s Apartheid to Israel’s Divides

Discover the inspiring journey of Fr. David Neuhaus, SJ, a Jewish Israeli, Roman Catholic Jesuit priest, and advocate for justice and peace. Explore his work bridging Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities, and his dedication to promoting equality and freedom.

Coworking and Communion at Maison Magis

Discover Maison Magis, an innovative space in Paris where different communities come together. Learn about support initiatives, spiritual accompaniment, and coworking opportunities in a welcoming and intercultural environment.

A Graced History: Loyola House Looks Back at 60 Years of Renewal

Join us in celebrating the 60th anniversary of Loyola House in Guelph, a renowned retreat center deeply rooted in Jesuit history. Discover the transformative power of Ignatian spirituality that has enriched countless lives over the decades. Learn about our journey, evolving traditions, and commitment to spiritual growth, community, and justice.

We cannot remain silent!

The Jesuits voice their deep concern over the ongoing Gaza conflict, calling for peace, an immediate ceasefire, and negotiations towards justice in the Middle East.

From Refugee to Recipient of the Governor General’s Medal

Discover the inspiring story of George Al Frieh, a Syrian refugee who, with the aid of the Service Jésuite des Réfugiés (SJR) Canada, overcame the challenges of war, language barriers, and integration to pursue his dreams in Montreal. Learn how SJR’s compassionate support makes a difference.

Isabelle Lemelin, director of the Centre justice et foi: “I am a believer who doubts.”

Despite her unsuccessful attempt to secure a position at the Centre justice et foi last year, Isabelle Lemelin had made quite an impression. Her impact was so significant that she was invited, a short time later, to apply for the position of director, a role that she has wholeheartedly embraced since mid-May 2023. Why work …

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Raising hope from under the rubble

By Canadian Jesuits International  The Jesuits in Haiti are accompanying vulnerable families affected by the August 2021 earthquake with the construction of housing in the south of Haiti. Below is an interim report on the work accomplished so far. Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) is supporting this work, thanks to the generosity of Canadians.  Despite the …

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Jesuits and LGBTQ+ Catholics: Bringing the colors of marginalized people to the Church

By José Sanchez and Fannie Dionne Beneath the soaring dome of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Toronto, a group has been quietly pioneering a path of compassion and understanding for over a decade. Drawing inspiration from the time-tested teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola, their mission incorporates many of the values of Ignatian accompaniment. …

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Spiritual Accompaniment as a Model for all Ministries: Lessons from Reconciliation with Indigenous peoples

In the Jesuit Province of Canada, our mission is to embrace the Ignatian approach to spiritual accompaniment as a model for all kinds of ministry. Guided by the principles outlined in Pilgrims Together, our province’s apostolic planning document, in this article we reflect on the role of accompaniment in our efforts towards reconciliation with Indigenous …

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