A search for Jesuit partnering between Japan and Vietnam

  The Jesuit Social Center Migrant Desk in Tokyo is discussing ways to collaborate with the Vietnam Jesuit Province, after seeing a sharp increase in the number of Vietnamese workers ....

Jesuit university in Manila sets up campus radio station

Ateneo de Manila University went on air for the first time on Ash Wednesday, February 14, when it soft-launched its very own campus radio station, Radyo Katipunan.  Radyo Katipunan ....

Rowing into the deep of vocation promotion

Guided by the theme “Rowing into the Deep”, vocation promoters within the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) reflected on their mission as fishers of millennials called to join ....

Living Laudato si’

The Reconciliation with Creation (RwC) programme of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) is organising a series of Living Laudato si’ workshops in Mindanao, Philippines this ....

Celebration of Final Vows by Fr In-gun Kang SJ

February 6 was a special day at Prieb So, the Jesuit community and apostolic centre in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Fr In-gun Kang SJ pronounced his Final Vows as a Jesuit during the Eucharistic ....

New Lenten prayer resources from the Australian Jesuit Province

Jesuit Communications Australia has developed two new prayer and reflection resources to help us spend more time with the Jesus of the Gospels this Lent. The first, Slow Lent, is a ....

New priest and three new deacons in Vietnam

Three Jesuits scholastics were ordained to the diaconate and a deacon to the priesthood in Vietnam on February 9.  Bishop Joseph Do Manh Hung, auxiliary bishop of Saigon Archdiocese, ....

From prison to farm and a fresh start in life

In a farm in the north of Thailand, a man bends as he plants peppers. However, Mr Sun is not just planting peppers; he is getting a fresh start in life as a free man. Originally from ....

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