• The Jesuits take on a parish in a conflict zone in Myanmar
    On September 29, St Michael’s Parish in Nanhlaing village in Banmaw Diocese was formally entrusted to the care of the Jesuits. The handover ceremony was timed to coincide with the feast of the parish patron saint, St Michael the Archangel. The Diocese of Banmaw is situated in the southeastern part of Kachin State, at the frontier of Myanmar with China. For the last six years, a war has been […]
  • 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 camps in Bangladesh. “The new arrivals, who have already crossed the half million mark in Cox’s bazar, are highly vulnerable, having fled conflict and experienced severe trauma, and now living in extremely […]

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