Food distribution to migrant workers in Gaunaha, Bihar, India.

India has been severely impacted by COVID-19. Marginalized communities are disproportionately affected and are suffering immensely. Canadian Jesuits International hosted … Read more

“We can have an ethical market that respects people and nature.” – Fr Arturo Estrada SJ

 

Fr Arturo Estrada … Read more

JUST Communities success

Thank you to all participants, donors and volunteers who helped make CJI’s Giving Tuesday “JUST Communities” campaign a success! Numerous … Read more

Tax avoidance and illicit financial flows deprive African countries of crucial resources needed for development — for health, education and … Read more

Thank you to all participants, donors and volunteers who helped make CJI’s Giving Tuesday “Bridging Borders” campaign a success!

Numerous … Read more

CJI hosted an event called “Transformation through community based healthcare in Mindanao, Philippines” on 19 August 2018 as part of … Read more

In November 2017, 38 Canadian students and educators participated in the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice (IFTJ) in Washington, DC. … Read more

“Tell Ten” is CJI’s Giving Tuesday campaign for 2017. It is aimed at spreading the word about support for livelihoods … Read more

On 30 May 2017, the Superior of the Dominican Province of Mexico, Fr Gonzalo Ituarte OP, shared his experiences in … Read more

Good Friday Walk

Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) participated in the Ecumenical Good Friday Walk for Justice on 14 April 2017. The theme this … Read more

Diaspora in mission

On 17 December 2016 Fr Agbonkhianmeghe Orobator SJ spoke on topic “Diaspora as Mission” at the Consolata Missionaries, in Etobicoke, … Read more

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The Regional Director of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Eastern Africa, Fr Endashaw Debrework SJ, had a full agenda for … Read more

The 2016 Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice was held in Washington DC from 12 to 14 November. CJI led a … Read more

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Father Abraham Day

On 21 September, Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) hosted a reception with longstanding supporter Mary Ellen Sullivan to celebrate the Halifax … Read more

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Nepal: Open Doors Day

CJI hosted an “Open Doors Day” with Fr Bill Robins on 6 September 2016. Fr Bill spoke about the work … Read more

Beyond the Headlines

Padre Melo (aka Fr Ismael Moreno Coto SJ) spoke powerfully and movingly about Honduras and the struggle for human rights … Read more

Fr Tom Smolich SJ, International Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), joined Canadian Jesuits International for a series of … Read more

“I am thirsty.” These words of Jesus on the cross were the theme for the 2016 Ecumenical Good Friday Walk … Read more

Panel on Syrian Crisis

Panel discussion on the Syrian crisis

There was a full house for a panel discussion on “The humanitarian response to … Read more

On 8 December 2015, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) officially put “Mercy in Motion” as a concrete sign of its … Read more

Ignatian Teach-In 2015

November 7-9, 2015, was the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, an event in Washington, DC, that brought together over 1700 … Read more

Care for Creation Day

Pope Francis has declared September 1st to be a World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, together with … Read more

Students for Syria

Students at Bishop Allen Academy in Etobicoke, Toronto, have raised an amazing $1,200.22 to assist refugees from Syria. They held … Read more

Teach-In for Justice

A Canadian delegation of students and educators from six Canadian Jesuit apostolates participated for the first time in the Ignatian … Read more

Hope in Syria?

On 16 December 2014, Fr Nawras Sammour SJ spoke about the current crisis in Syria to a large gathering at … Read more

Fr Kinley Tshering SJ, the Provincial of Darjeeling, India, spent a busy two weeks in Canada in November. He spoke … Read more

Twenty-five years ago, Kitty Sarton and a small group of fellow parishioners at St Edward’s Church in Duncan, BC, organized … Read more