• 93rd USG Assembly

Monthly Archives: December 2018

The challenges of consecrated life. Fr. Sosa (USG): “Acknowledging abuses and their cover up. Increased cooperation with women religious”

“Young people as a theological premise for a renewed interpretation of the signs of the times and to deepen the theology of religious life.” The theme was addressed by Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, Superior General of the Society of Jesus in his program for the presidency of the Union of Superiors General. Continue reading

Dec 17th – Institute of St. Anselm – Invitation

The Director, Staff and Participants of the Institute of St. Anselm

cordially invite you to join us with H.E. Archbishop Paul Gallagher Secretary (Relations with States) of the Secretariat of State
On Monday 17th December for Mass at 16.00 hrs on the occasion of the presentation of Diplomas and Certificates to the participants who have begun a process and completed an experience of A Lived Psycho-Spiritual Journey in Christ. Continue reading

Who cares for the caregivers?

A reflection for Sisters who work in demanding contexts and for those who accompany them.

Maryanne Loughry is a Sister of Mercy and has been associated with JRS (Jesuit Refugee Service) since 1986, working as a psychologist and trainer in Indochinese refugee camps, in the Philippines and Vietnamese Detention Centres in Hong Kong. Continue reading

Spiritan Forum on Interreligious Dialogue

ZANZIBAR 2018: 3–9 December. The Spiritan Conference of Circumscriptions of Africa and the Islands (SCCAI), in collaboration with the General Council of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, is organising a forum aiming at renewing the Spiritan commitment to Mission as dialogue with cultures and religions. The meeting will take place at the Peacebuilding Centre of Zanzibar Diocese Continue reading

Brazilian Church to conclude ‘Year of the Laity’

The Catholic Church in Brazil concluded its national Year of the Laity on the feast of Christ the King, Nov. 25. The goal of the initiative, born of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil (CNBB), was to ?encourage lay people and give them a new impetus,” according to Bishop Severino Clasen, president of a special CNBB commission for the Year of the Laity. Continue reading