In October-November 2014 the Major Superiors of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia (JCSA) met in Phesama, Nagaland, and moved by “a palpable experience of the Spirit at work among us”1 , responded boldly and generously to the invitation of Fr. General regards restructuring at the JCSA level. At Phesama, began a journey that, over five years, has twice spanned the length and breadth of the Conference. The first phase, the Spiritual Animation Process, was aimed at reawakening in us a sense of belonging to the universal apostolic body of the Society of Jesus through a process of spiritual conversations. More than 3000 Jesuits in the Conference journeyed back to our roots, and returned renewed. Meanwhile two other sub-committees studied and made recommendations for the Formation sector and for Renewal of Governance Structures.Login to read more
The author is the Province Development Director, residing at St. Xavier’s High School, Mumbai.