The Rohingya are God’s own people

“What we saw and experienced in the camps was beyond comprehension,” reported Fr Dunstan Vinny Joseph SJ, Socius of the Myanmar Jesuit Mission upon returning from a visit to the Rohingya ....

A call for action on Manus Island crisis

Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) Australia and Jesuit Social Services have joined other Catholic organisations in expressing grave concern for the humanitarian crisis on Manus Island and ....

New deacons urged to be solid, humble and living blocks of the Church

Nine Jesuits from three countries in the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) were ordained deacons on October 28, the feast of Saints Simon and Jude.  The new deacons who come ....

Companions in Taiwan

As you look back on life, who is the superior or leader you admire the most? What specific trait about him or her garnered your appreciation? The guidelines for the local superior explain ....

Making use of all that you have for the greater glory of God

Filipino Jesuit Brother Jeffrey Pioquinto is the coordinator of the Jesuit Brothers Circle in Asia Pacific. He reflects on his vocation as a Jesuit brother and his ministry to the young ....

Learning from St Alphonsus Rodriguez SJ, patron saint of Jesuit brothers

Australian Jesuit Brother Ian Cribb SJ is the Provincial Assistant for Vocations and Vocations Promoter of the Australian Jesuit Province.  He was one of six Jesuit brothers from the ....

The vocation of Religious brother in the Church

The vocation of the brother is part of the answer that God gives to the absence of brotherhood which is wounding the world today. At the root of a brother’s vocation lies a profound ....

Migrant workers come back to their “mother’s home”

“Returning to Rerum Novarum Center is like coming home,” said Hanh. Hanh and many other migrant workers like her who had sought the comfort of the shelter consider Rerum Novarum Center, ....

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