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Lebanon calls for solidarity from Jesuits

Brendan MacPartlin SJ, recently returned from an immersion visit to the Lebanon, is convinced of the need for solidarity with the people there and with the Jesuits serving them

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GC36 puts ‘out into the deep’

In this video, Jim Corkery SJ explains the workings of a General Congregation as the 36th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus convenes in Rome on 2 October.

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New Jesuit General debunks ‘black pope’ myth

In an exclusive interview given recently to the editors of Jesuit journals, Father Adolfo Nicolás, the new Superior General of the Society of Jesus, was questioned about the challenges now facing the Church, the Society and him personally. In this first of three parts published in the British Jesuit journal, Thinking Faith, Fr Nicolás talks of his surprise at his ...

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Spanish video on the New Jesuit General

A documentary on the new Jesuit General, Fr. Adolfo Nicolás, which was shown at the recent Irish Province Assembly is now available on the Jesuit website: Originally made in Spanish by Informe Semanal, it was translated by Fernando Galligo SJ and the Jesuit Communication Centre (JCC) and subtitled in English for its début at the Assembly. It features a ...

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Mass of closure: homily of Fr Nicolás

The homily given by Father Adolfo Nicolás at the closing Mass of General Congregation 35 has been released in English. Speaking in Italian at the Church of the Gesù on March 6, Fr Nicolás reflected on ‘the logic of the Christian experience’: ‘God is love, and so we too love. God is mercy, and so we too show mercy. God ...

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Father Adolfo meets the press

From the SJ Press Office, Rome: In view of the strong desire shown by the media for an ‘interview’ with Father General, Fr. General decided to meet the strong desire of the media for an ‘interview’ halfway. As this was not yet the moment for Father General to talk about the Congregation before he had received indications and even ‘mandates’, ...

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