‘Labouring love’ for labourers

July is the month of our Founder Father Ignatius of Loyola. In one of the most profound spiritual insights, he summed up for us in the Spiritual Exercises who God ultimately is. God is Love…

Creation is groaning for Re-birth

As COVID-19 fatalities keep mounting by leaps and bounds in country after country and the world comes to a standstill in a global lockdown, humanity tries to grapple with a darkness it has not seen…

The discerning of discernment

Discernment in common is gaining momentum in our apostolic processes and structures. It is rightly being rediscovered with the rediscovery of spiritual conversation - the Ignatian art of discernment. With the growing complexity of human…

Indigenous Languages: A legacy of love

The International year of Indigenous Languages will come to a close on 17th December, 2019. Jesuit commitment to Indigenous cultures, to their languages in languages in particular, is historically known since the Paraguay Reductions. In…

Can social action inch towards political action?

Swedish teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg nuanced the understanding of social action when she protested outside the Swedish Parliament with the placard “School Strike for Climate.” She could have chosen the safest action of quietly…