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

 

Fr Arturo Estrada … Read more

Lok Manch (People’s Forum) is an inclusive, secular, human-rights-driven agency that supports various social movements of marginalized people in India. … Read more

On 15 September 2018, CJI’s partner in Syria, Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), held a closing celebration for its Field Kitchen … Read more

This is the fourth article 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

2017 Fall Newsletter

The politics of famine is explored in the latest issue of CJI’s newsletter. It is available in PDF format here: … 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

More than 20 million people in northeastern NIGERIA, SOMALIA, SOUTH SUDAN and YEMEN are experiencing severe food shortages and are … Read more

Fr Michael Schultheis SJ (1932 – 2017)

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Fr Michael Schultheis died … Read more

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

2016 Fall Newsletter

The 2016 fall issue of CJI’s Mission News is now available and may be downloaded in PDF format from here.… Read more

A Thanksgiving Day prayer, mindful of our Syrian sisters and brothers

God, whose gifts are countless and whose goodness is … Read more