December 14, 2018 — The territory of Haiti has just published a new edition of its magazine LE REGARD. The publication takes place in a context of high political and social turbulence.
"Society in all its components has been deeply shaken. The very foundations of living together are undermined to the last resort”, writes Father Jean Denis Saint Felix, SJ, superior of the Jesuits in Haïti.
“The evil went to live in the confines of the cultural and the anthropological. The values of a just, humane and democratic society are routed. Yet we do not have the right to be mere spectators. It is at the very heart of this society - as it is - that we are called to bear witness to the risen Christ, our companion, to defend life, embracing in faith and hope and radically our mission of justice. and reconciliation. Dare to hope that our various places of commitment such as: education, incidence and advocacy, spirituality and the parish are more and more adapted to the reality of the hour and can respond effectively to the great challenges of our time and of our society."
You can download this publication (french only) here.
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June 13, 2019 — In The Pope Video for June 2019, Pope Francis speaks to all Catholics, inviting them to look around and observe with an open heart each of the priests in their communities. Holiness always attracts less attention than sin and scandal.
June 13, 2019 — Last May 31 to June 2, 50 young professionals took part in an Ignatian retreat at the Manresa Jesuit Spiritual Renewal Centre. These young people, between the ages of 19 and 39, came from all walks of life.
June 9, 2019 — Fr. Philip Shano, SJ dealt before with the Holy Spirit’s gifts of piety, wisdom, knowledge and courage. He is dealing this year with fear of the Lord. This is the gift that helps us to be aware of the glory and majesty of God.
June 8, 2019 — Indeed with our dwindling numbers, we religious cannot afford to be competitive, like Jesuits and Dominicans of old. We need to know one another and work together, to be the body of Christ together as men and women, to learn how to perceive the Spirit at work in others as in ourselves.