Our silence today could cost us dearly tomorrow

Come October, the season of festivals and celebrations begins. Celebrations abound, filled with ‘religious fervour’ across South Asia. Religions outdo each other in celebrating. Unfortunately, in the social mapping, celebrations are also perceived as ‘threat…

Our Common Home Whose is it?

For us Jesuits the life and mission in the Society is our pathway to God. ‘Ablaze with God’ Ignatius initiated a process that makes us perennial seekers joining hands with all seekers. [auth] The corollary…

UAPs – Pathways are made by walking

The Universal Apostolic Preferences are a process of responding to the mission of reconciliation, leading to transformation. All four of them are to be viewed in an integrated way as response to life-mission in its…

Why Pathway for Jesuits?

It is common knowledge in villages that pathways are made by walking. By regularly walking, we create new pathways. The first of the four newly promulgated Universal Apostolic Preferences (UAPs) speaks of the Spiritual Exercises…

Electing a Government that cares

The word ‘election’ has special significance for Jesuits. The Spiritual Exercises is oriented towards making the right choices, and a good election. “In every good election, insofar as it depends on us, the eye of…

The ‘extra’ in the ordinary

For a long time we did not know her name. She was and is a constant presence at our back gate in Jor Bagh (New Delhi) - always with a smile, pressing freshly brought clothes,…

2019: Whither, South Asia?

In India 2019 denotes election year for the Parliament! In Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has won a massive victory for a third term, notwithstanding the allegations. Sri Lanka is undergoing political turmoil. Pakistan ended the political…