Reflecting on the Past Year: An Ignatian Annual Examen
Justice and Ecology
The Office of Justice and Ecology is the voice of the Jesuit provincials to the Church, governments, nongovernmental agencies and others, advocating on behalf of the poor and other marginalized communities and encouraging others to do the same.
Why Should We Advocate for Migrants, Asylum Seekers and Refugees?
Ignatian spirituality challenges us to encounter God in all things, witnessing to the joy of the Gospel. We go forth into the world as contemplatives in action, discerning God’s desire for our lives here, now, and acting on God’s invitation.
Service and justice are key priorities of Jesuit education. Pedro Arrupe, a beloved Superior General of the Jesuits (from 1965 to 1983), said the principle objective of Jesuit education is to form “men and women for others, men and women who will not live for themselves but for God and his Christ.