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Higher education for social transformation in Europe

15 November 2017
El grupo HEST sobre ecología y desafíos ambientales quiere hacer una investigación para contribuir a la transformación ecosocial necesaria.

Jaime Tatay SJ and José Carlos Romero SJ In the context of COP23 where ecological concerns are at the front and center, the ecology and environmental challenges cluster of the Higher Education for Social Transformation (HEST) met in Bonn and wants to collaborate with the larger Ecojesuit network in building a narrative based on Laudato Si’ and...
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Building partnerships in water and faith to achieve the SDGs

1 September 2017
Foto de: worldwaterweek.org

Jaime Tatay, SJ There is growing interest in the role of faith-based organizations (FBOs) in moving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) forward, catalyzing collaboration, building cultural bridges, and activating their extensive institutional networks.  During the 2017 Stockholm World Water Week, three different events dealing with the faith-water nexus were held for the first time in...
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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...
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Feeding the 5000: Updating the Rules for Eating?

31 August 2013
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Jaime Tatay, SJ Is it legitimate to relate a contemporary advocacy campaign on food waste and a few marginal notes on a 16th century prayer book? In my opinion, I think it is. Eating has often been considered a minor spiritual issue, especially compared to the centrality of prayer, silence, or biblical meditation. Yet...
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Granja Escuela Popol Ja, a Jesuit center for agroforestry training in Guatemala

31 August 2012
Bienvenido a la granja escuela. Foto de: I Blasco and J Tatay

Ignacio Blasco, SJ and Jaime Tatay, SJ The Granja Escuela Popol Ja (or Popol Ja Farm School) is part of the Jesuit parish La Natividad de la Virgen María in Santa Maria Chiquimula, Totonicapán in Guatemala.  The farm is located next to a Fe y Alegría school (Centro de Educación Integral Indigena Popol Ja)...
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The future we want

19 June 2012
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Jaime Tatay, SJ “We aspire to nothing less than a global movement for generational change.  I expect the negotiators (…) to achieve renewed political commitment for sustainable development,” recently said Ban Ki Moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations.  But how easy will it be to reach political consensus and commitment for such...
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