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The Spirit of adaptation, vulnerability reduction, and decision-making in reconciling with creation

15 December 2015
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Jacques Haers, SJ and Elías López, SJ In the Formula Instituti of 1550, Saint Ignatius identifies the “reconciliation of the estranged” as a key mission for the Society of Jesus. GC 35’s focus on reconciliation as the call to “right relationships with God, with fellow human beings and with creation” gives a new impulse...
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Ecostream: Sharing ecology and sustainability initiatives

31 August 2015
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Ecostream is an online ecology resource and reference system developed as part of Ecojesuit’s commitment to the Jesuit mission on Reconciliation with Creation and where ongoing initiatives and activities, programs and projects on ecology and sustainability of various Jesuit institutions and other communities around the world are shared. Ecostream provides an organized reference system...
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Starting with kitchen waste management for environment-friendly and sustainable Jesuit houses

30 June 2015
Los Jesuitas establecer adecuada gestión de los residuos en la Casa Loyola de Estudios en la ciudad de Quezon, Filipinas. Foto de: C Aguinaldo, ESSC

Two Jesuit houses in the Philippines are setting up proper waste management systems as part of their commitment to act on and animate Reconciliation with Creation towards environment-friendly and sustainable lifestyles and institutions. At the Loyola House of Studies in Loyola Heights, Quezon City, steel cages are installed at the back of the kitchen...
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An interview with ESSC on Reconciling with Creation

30 March 2015
Personal de ESSC durante un taller de planificación en Bendum, en la provincia de Bukidnon. Foto des: A Ignacio, ESSC

Scholastic Patrick Nogoy, SJ interviewing Sylvia Miclat Care for the environment is popularly promoted today in various programs, documentaries, films, and advocacies, with endorsements from political leaders and celebrities like Al Gore and Leonardo di Caprio; however, translating this care into effective strategies and actions which have meaningful impact remains a challenge. The 35th...
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The Pope and Tacloban: Social and economic inclusion of the poor in post-disaster response and humanity’s need to reconcile with Creation

15 January 2015
Barangay Anibong, ciudad de Tacloban en Leyte, Filipinas espera la llegada del Papa Francisco. Foto de: Vincent Go for ABS-CBNnews.com

Pedro Walpole The visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines is a religious and deeply cultural occasion. Though he asked for no images of himself to be posted, the country is adorned with images of a man who inspires love, mercy and peace. The sentiment of the people and the hope he inspires combine...
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Update on the JCAP education colloquium: The planet is our home

15 July 2014
La reconciliación con la creación en el planeta que es nuestro hogar

Christopher Gleeson, SJ Nearly 100 participants from nine countries gathered last 8 to 12 July in Sydney, Australia at Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview for the 2014 Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) Education Colloquium with the theme The Planet is Our Home. Fr José Mesa, Secretary of Primary and Secondary Education at the Jesuit curia...
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The Planet is Our Home: A Colloquium for Jesuit schools on Reconciliation with Creation

15 May 2014
The Planet is Our Home: A Colloquium for Jesuit schools on Reconciliation with Creation

Christopher Gleeson, SJ and Jennie Hickey Taking our cue from the decision in the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) in 2010 to identify Reconciliation with Creation as a priority engagement, we wanted to give maximum exposure to the fact that care of the environment is an integral part of the Jesuit mission. We recognize...
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Ecology: Integrating our relationship with Creation into the mission

31 March 2014
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Peter Bisson, SJ Ecojesuit is happy to share with its readers the letter on ecology that Peter Bisson, SJ, Provincial Superior of the Jesuits in English Canada, sent out last February 2014. It has broad appeal and we hope that many will appreciate and pick up the solidarity. Thanks to John McCarthy, SJ for...
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JCAP shares Environment Outlook 2013

31 January 2014
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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...
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Reconciliation with creation: Updates on JCAP’s strategy on ecology

15 January 2013
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Pedro Walpole and Iris Legal The awareness and gratitude for our human environment and our place in a global ecology continues to grow amongst Jesuit people – Jesuits and lay people who share at the institutional, social, formational, and community levels of our mission.  Areas of concern are continuously emerging as issues and occasions...
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