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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Verbiest Update nr. 44 – August – 2018

On August 22-24 Verbiest Institute KU Leuven (VI KUL) hosted the 13th International Conference on Religion and the Rule of Law and the History of the Catholic Church in China. The Conference venue was the Wolfspoort Auditorium and Bethlehem Conference Room at Huis Bethlehem in Leuven. The International Conference is part of the series of International Conferences Continue reading

Nepal Jesuit Social Institute – News

“During the month of monsoon, we were working with the breaker of the excavator at a rocky slope of Pangsang. From about fifteen to twenty meters up, the land started falling apart. We noticed the loose movement and drew back. Hadn’t we retreated in fifteen minutes, I, helper and the dozer would have been buried to death”, shared Pradip Basnet, Continue reading


Highly esteemed:

Through this letter we invite you to participate in the VII Seminar of FORMATION OF EDUCATORS, organized by the Commission of Education of our Unions of General Men and Women Superiors.

We send you all the information related to the organization of the Seminar, and the registration form, so that you can organize with time. Continue reading

CRC Employment opportunity: Associate Director – Ongoing Formation

Founded in 1954, the Canadian Religious Conference (CRC) is an association of over 240 leaders of Catholic religious communities (sisters, brothers, priests) throughout Canada representing more than 12,000 religious women and men. The CRC staff serves its members by offering various services including continuing leadership formation, communications, theological integration, and activities related to justice, peace and integrity of creation (JPIC). Continue reading

Verbiest Update – October 2018

A leading scholar who served as missionary in China for many years argues that the provisional agreement struck between the Holy See and China’s Communist government creates an opportunity for the Church in China to secure its future. For the first time in its history the People’s Republic of China has signed an agreement that recognizes the Pope as the Holy Father, shepherd and head of the Catholic Church Continue reading