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Australian Jesuits divest from fossil fuels, support Flights for Forests for World Environment Day 2017

31 May 2017
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Brian F McCoy, SJ I have in the Province Office a few dot paintings.  One of them is by an Aboriginal artist who was instrumental in bringing the Walmajarri people back to their ancestral land I 1979, after a cattle station was established on it in the early twentieth century. His painting is a...
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Asia Pacific Jesuits in the time of Laudato si’

31 January 2017
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Pedro Walpole, SJ Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) established Reconciliation with Creation, a comprehensive program that aims to enable greater environmental awareness and participation in caring for all forms of life.  As part of this program, Jesuit pastoral ministries with the poor and beyond are integrating social and ecological objectives. Meanwhile, Jesuit schools are...
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A call to dialogue on the sustainability of life

31 July 2016
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An opportunity to reflect, discuss, and explore actions to respond to the sustainability of life across several ministries in the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) is offered through a conference titled A Call to Dialogue on the Sustainability of Life in the ASEAN Context at the Sanata Dharma University in Yogyakarta on 8 to...
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Renewing ecological life and mission

30 June 2016
Approfondir l’action écologique parmi les participants à l’atelier JCAP en tant que communautés de pratique. Crédit photo: A Ignacio

JCAP Reconciliation with Creation team Beginning with gratitude and reflecting on the letter of Father General Adolfo Nicolás in preparation for the 36th General Congregation, the Reconciling with Creation Reflection workshop recently held at the Culture and Ecology Center in Bendum, Bukidnon, Philippines renewed life and mission for 35 participants from 10 member countries...
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Reconciling with creation and renewing mission in Micronesia and beyond

30 June 2016
Los participantes en el taller JCAP en Bendum con la cordillera de Pantaron como telón de fondo, Dave está en la última fila, el 9º por la izquierda. Foto de: A Ignacio

David Andrus, SJ In a brief report to the Jesuits of Micronesia, David Andrus, SJ shares his experience as one of the participants to the Reconciling with Creation Reflection Workshop of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP)  held at the Culture and Ecology Center in Bendum, Philippines from 6 to 10 June 2016. I...
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Responding to the cracks in the planet

30 April 2016
“Las sequías plantean la amenaza más generalizada en la región de Asia Pacífico.  La escasez de agua en las economías lluvia sensible podría desencadenar condiciones de desestabilización, como la crisis energética, la migración humana y animal, la escasez de alimentos, y los incendios forestales - que conduce a conflictos y la vulnerabilidad regional.” (Del informe “El Niño: Potential Asia Pacific Impacts” de la Administración Nacional Oceánica y Atmosférica, Octubre 2015)

Mark Raper, SJ Ecojesuit is happy to share the Earth Day message of Mark Raper, SJ, President of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) on 22 April 2016, originally published in JCAP eNews. There are “the cracks in the planet”.  As we mark Earth Day today, I am reminded of the startlingly fresh...
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A call to share transformed lifestyles for action

30 April 2016
«À l’échelle mondiale, des millions de personnes vulnérables connaissent la faim et une pauvreté grandissantes en raison des sécheresses et des inondations comme conséquence d’un phénomène climatique: El Niño.  Ce phénomène n’est pas un événement météorologique isolé, mais un motif climatique qui se produit tous les deux à sept ans et dure 9-12 mois.  Cet événement particulier est l’un des plus graves dans un demi-siècle et le plus fort El Niño depuis 1997/1998, qui avait tué environ 21.000 personnes et a causé des dommages aux infrastructures jusqu’à une valeur de 36 milliards de $.»

Jesuits and work colleagues in the Asia Pacific region are gathering at the Culture and Ecology Center in Bendum, Bukidnon in the Philippines for a three-day environmental reflection workshop from 6 to 10 June 2016 to discuss and share how transformed lifestyles are moving a more meaningful and effective response to environmental and social...
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Realizing the power of struggle and lived faith

15 January 2016
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JCAP Reconciliation with Creation team The Scholastics and Brothers Circle (SBC) of Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) selected disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) as their annual workshop theme for 2015 and for 12 days in December, they gathered in Tacloban in Leyte, Philippines engaging directly with communities, local governments and Church groups and...
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To be with, to think with, to act with, to pray with

15 September 2015
El fortalecimiento del país y la capacidad de recuperación de la comunidad en la región de Asia Pacífico para impactos de un clima cambiante es un enfoque estratégico de apoyo nacional, regional e internacional para el desarrollo. Foto de: UNDP-USAID Adapt Asia Pacific

JCAP Social Apostolate Decree 4 of the General Congregation (GC) 32 of the Society of Jesus in 1975 defines the mission of the Society as the service of faith with the promotion of justice as an integral part of that mission. At its publication, this document confirmed the strategic choice made by the Jesuits...
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Statement of Jesuits in Asia Pacific on Laudato si’

31 July 2015
Tiro agradable y tranquila de los volcanes de Indonesia. Foto de: P Walpole

Reflecting on the papal encyclical Laudato si’ on environmental matters, the major superiors of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) share their statement that seeks to animate response to Pope Francis’ plea to reconcile with creation, an apostolic priority for Jesuits in Asia Pacific. Jesuits in Asia Pacific: Statement on Laudato si’, July 2015...
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