moved here

Posts Tagged ‘ Healing a Broken World ’

Little concerns I live with

31 March 2016
Un miembro del movimiento juvenil GROPESH promueve el desarrollo de la artesanía a partir de materiales de desecho. Foto de: D Karnedi

Dieng Karnedi, SJ We are living in an imperfect world and when we look around us, there are many crises and injustices to people and our environment.  The gap between the richest and poorest is very wide.  Natural resources that are meant for all are controlled by a few.  It is no wonder then...
Read (Leer más) »

Healing a broken world from our communities: Thinking and praying on the gift of creation

15 November 2014
Miembros de comunidades cristianas locales se organizan y debaten cómo vivir de forma ecológica en su realidad local

Jaime Tatay, SJ In his first homily as Pope, on 24 April 2005, Benedict XVI said: “The external deserts in the world are growing, because the internal deserts have become so vast. Therefore the earth’s treasures no longer serve to build God’s garden for all to live in, but they have been made to...
Read (Leer más) »

Caring for creation: The fourth foundation stone in Jesuit education commitment to teach, to do research, and to serve

31 August 2014
El cuidado de la creación, un bosque de montaña Bendum, norte de la isla de Mindanao, Filipinas. Foto de:  P Walpole

James AF Stoner Cura personalis, homines pro aliis, and magis have long been key themes of Jesuit education. Care for the whole person, men and women for others, or maybe men and women together for others, and excellence – the never ending search for improvement – are foundation stones upon which many, perhaps all,...
Read (Leer más) »

JCAP shares Environment Outlook 2013

31 January 2014
2014_01_31_P&P_Photo1

Environment Outlook 2013 is a report of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) that presents a brief overview of key environmental concerns, advocacies, events, policies, and discoveries in Asia Pacific. It is based on the different levels of responses and initiatives of Jesuits and collaborators in reconciling with creation, as seen in visits...
Read (Leer más) »

Ecojesuit 2010-2013: Renewing our commitment to contribute to healing a broken world

29 November 2013
Ecojesuit participated in the UN Rio+20 Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, last June 2012, publishing a daily issue for one full week that covered the major
discussions, with support from SJES Secretary Patxi Alvarez (second from left) and other colleaguesotros colegas

The Ecojesuit Team Ecology and Jesuits in Communication or Ecojesuit  was launched as a monthly online newsletter in November 2010 and was a first significant action from the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN) Ecology which emerged from the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat after GC35. Ecological concerns were identified as one of the five...
Read (Leer más) »

Teaching poverty, teaching transparency in our business schools

15 August 2013
Impacto del “agribusiness” en un paisaje del Medio-oeste de EUA, Julio de 2013: acuíferos y lechos de ríos secos, los ríos ya no llegan al mar, degradación de la calidad de agua y los ecosistemas. Foto des: P Walpole

Pedro Walpole, SJ Poverty is a topic not often tackled in business schools.  The challenge today is in our willingness to really teach poverty in our schools of business, to teach how poverty is sustained in a neo-liberal economy, or when this economy has its ups and downs and the poor cannot cope or...
Read (Leer más) »

Reconciling with Creation, Source Book

31 May 2013
2013_05_31_editorial

Mariel de Jesus For more than 20 years, people in Asia have been involved from the local to the global level, in their concern and action for the environment. In the last three years, Jesuit people have been involved in a serious discourse and commitment to strengthen the relationship of faith and gratitude for...
Read (Leer más) »

Local witness and global awareness

30 April 2013
Recogiendo leña en la estación de lluvias, Myanmar. Foto de: FAO

For the Jesuits, local witness and global awareness are calling many individuals, and the Society of Jesus as a whole, to do new work on the front lines of the ecological crisis. This work looks very different at times. Fr. Amalraj Chinnapan helps communities in Myanmar to find housing and restore their livelihoods after cyclones...
Read (Leer más) »

Jesuits of Africa and Madagascar Ecological Working Group: Call for ecological awareness

30 April 2013
Foto de: JESAM

Rigobert Minani Bihuzo, SJ Jesuits of Africa and Madagascar or JESAM  and collaborators met in Nairobi, Kenya last 12 to 14 April 2013 to chart a way forward in incorporating ecological and environmental sensitivity and action into our ministries for the next three years, as we reviewed the environmental and ecological dimensions of the...
Read (Leer más) »

To heal a broken world: Scholastics and Brothers meet in Cambodia

15 January 2013
Bee (segundo por la izquierda), con la familia con la que vivió junto con otros escolares en Nikhom.

Scholastic Charles Nopparut “Bee” Ruankool, SJ “I’m actually in Cambodia!” I told myself when I first arrived at the airport in Siem Reap.  Although Cambodia is near my homeland, Thailand, this was my first time to visit this country.  I was very exited about the trip because I realized that my Christmas and New...
Read (Leer más) »