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July 10, 2022 / Latest News

Remembering Fr Stan Swamy SJ

Jesuits, their collaborators and members belonging to various organisations marked the first death anniversary of the tribal rights activist Fr Stan Swamy SJ. (more…)
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May 19, 2022 / Latest News

Distribution of Educational Tabs to Students at St. Aloysius College, Harihar, Karnataka

Conference Development Office (CDO) of Jesuit Conference of India, in partnership with Karnataka Province, distributed educational tabs to students from vulnerable families in Harihar, Karnataka. The distribution of educational tabs took place at St. Aloysius College, Harihar on 9 May 2022.
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January 25, 2022 / Latest News

Blessing of the Center for Safeguarding and Human Formation

The Center for Safeguarding and Human Formation (CSHF) at De Nobili College, was blessed by Fr Jerome Stanislaus D’Souza, the President of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia (POSA, JCSA,) on 24th January. It was blessed after he celebrated the morning Mass at 6.50 am with the philosophy students.
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January 17, 2022 / Latest News

PAX LUMINA / January 2022

This issue of PAX LUMINA is dedicated to the Climate Change and the Poor.
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January 14, 2022 / Latest News

DNC Times December 2021 Issue

The Church of today needs to see the footprints of the marginalized, the poor, and the downtrodden on the floor. Everyone should feel that the Church is not only the Temple of God but a welcoming home for those who are lonely, depressed, orphans, and souls, sad unto death.
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December 31, 2021 / Latest News

Open Forum discussion on plight, challenges, rights and privileges of migrant workers

The Open Forum, with the participation of migrant workers, organisations and individuals working among them, provided an opportunity to collectively reflect on what needs to be done to secure a life of dignity for the migrant workers, their children and families.
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December 23, 2021 / Latest News

Open Forum: Accompanying Distress Migrants

The event held on the International Migrants Day was an occasion for MAIN to reaffirm its commitment to the cause of Migrants in distress.
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December 20, 2021 / Latest News

Policy Response to Address Distress Migration Needed: Open Forum on International Migrants Day

The Open Forum, with the participation of migrant workers, organisations and individuals working among them, provided an opportunity to collectively reflect on what needs to be done to secure a life of dignity for the migrant workers.
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November 29, 2021 / Ignatian News, Latest News

IGNITE- the Ignatian Year Newsletter from JCSA

The IGNITE newsletter of Ignatian Year from JCSA is an attempt to give a glimpse of some of the programmes and inspirations from the Provinces and Regions of South Asia.
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November 26, 2021 / Latest News

Jesuit Global Network of Schools Released

On the 26 th November 2021, on the Feast Day of young St. John Berchmans (SJ) the Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Rev. Fr. Arturo SOSA SJ releases the Jesuit Global Network of Schools. He will preside over the Eucharist at the Tomb of the Saint at St. Ignatius Church in Rome. Fr. Jose Mesa SJ, the Secretary of Jesuit Education will concelebrate Mass with Fr. General.
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November 17, 2021 / Latest News

PAXLUMINA – November 2021 Issue

This issue of Pax Lumina focuses on the world of the differently-abled. When this topic was mentioned, there were some eye-brows raised, politically correct ones for sure. The world of the differently-abled, according to those eyebrows, conjures up an image of a different, separate world for some of us who are less fortunate than those “abled” inhabiting the rest of the society.
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November 16, 2021 / Latest News

COP26: Optimism, caution, and hope

The legacy of COP26 is yet to be determined but mainstream media has already made its success contingent on the outcome of the negotiations between governments of countries that emit the most greenhouse gases. If this was what COP26 was all about, I would agree wholeheartedly with Greta Thunberg’s assessment that the whole thing is “a failure and a greenwash PR campaign.” There are, after all, 25 other COPs to attest to this.
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