Communication: Ministry of all ministries

For us Jesuits communication is not just one among many ministries. It is the ministry of all ministries, for what is a ministry if it does not communicate Christ - the supreme communication to the…

Changing Gears of Formation

In a church shaken by the crisis of clergy sex abuse, the formation of religious is bound to feel the tremors. The tragic taking of sides by religious as seen in the embarrassing public revolts…

Gold and silver, I have none

Peter, the Apostle, shows us the most effective way of evangelization (Acts 3:6). The sheer power of his faith helps him heal a physically challenged person: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth! Peter…

Let my country awake

As he entered Parliament as the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, knelt and kissed the steps of the Temple of Democracy. Barring the theatrics, one would not have difficulty agreeing with the act.…

Science – The Divine Milieu

Science, dealing with the laws of nature, is closest to God and the mystery of creation. Scientific laws and principles therefore provide the deepest of spiritual insights and inspiration. Science and religion both ultimately attempt…

“Who do you say I am?”

Jesuits and humility? Forget it. They are a bunch of arrogant ‘know-it-alls.’ Some would say this citing the dictionary definition of ‘Jesuits’, and pointing to their suppression in the late 18th century. For this issue…

Lay Collaboration is Mission itself

We cannot deny that the talk of Lay Collaboration (LC) has gained momentum only in the wake of a vocation crisis the world over – vocation to religious life and the priesthood. However, we need…

Is our mission for women still on the…

March is the customary month when we celebrate International Women’s Day. The occasion calls us to reflect on our Mission for and with women. In our ongoing journey of integrating faith with justice, our relationship…