The articles below are ones that Canadian Jesuits International has posted on various pages of the CJI website or published in its newsletter. They are gathered here for convenience of access and organized according to the date they were published or posted.

This is the fifth and final article in a blog series on the igNation website in November 2017. The series … Read more

This is the fourth article in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

World Day of the Poor

First World Day of the Poor

Pope Francis named 19 November 2017 the first “World Day of the Poor.” At … Read more

This is the third article in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

This article is the second in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

This article is the first in a blog series appearing on the igNation website in November 2017. The series aims … Read more

As the saying goes, when two elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers. It isn’t an accident of nature or … Read more

Early this year, major newspapers and TV stations in India proclaimed with pride that India had replaced the United Kingdom … Read more

Comparte: On the politics of food sovereignty

The Comparte (“Share”) program of the Jesuit Conference of Latin American Provinces (CPAL) … Read more

a woman a man and, when it comes to the tired madness of hierarchy, none of the above.

a river’s … Read more

Serious new threats against Fr Ismael “Melo” Moreno in Honduras have been made in recent days. They have prompted statements … Read more

On 9 August 2017, the President of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), the Most Rev. Douglas Crosby OMI, … Read more

South Sudan: Education amid conflict and famine

Canadian Jesuits International is participating in an interfaith campaign called PRAY-GIVE-SPEAK OUT to … Read more

Keys, socks, sons and brothers… these are the things that disappear.

There goes St. Anthony on his hands and knees … Read more

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Out of the immensity of violence, death, exclusion and fear emerge signs of peace and civic engagement. The signs are … Read more

Famous Jamaican musician Bob Marley wrote the song “No woman, no cry.” This song took on new meaning for me … Read more

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For 50 long years, insurgent groups have embroiled Colombia in conflict. During the most intense period from 1990 to 2004—when, … Read more

The Comparte (“Share”) program of the Jesuit Conference of Latin American Provinces (CPAL) is a community of learning and action … Read more

Canadian Jesuit Fr Michael Czerny is undersecretary of the newly formed Section for Migrants and Refugees in the Vatican Dicastery … Read more

Canadian Jesuits International sent the letter below to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau advocating the creation of a Canadian ombudsperson office … Read more

The 2017 theme for International Women’s Day is “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030.” The … Read more

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