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Care of Creation and Commitment to Justice

21 Sep 2020

It is hard to imagine an issue that divides our communities so sharply as the call to care for our environment.

Justice for Jesuits, their housekeeper and her daughter, murdered in El Salvador 31 years ago

17 Sep 2020

After more than 31 years of waiting for justice and more than 12 years of litigation, on September 11, 2020, a member of the Salvadoran military high command, colonel Inocente Orlando Monta

The watchmaker and the bog

17 Sep 2020

I have never been persuaded by the argument from design.

Courage and Faith: The Voice of the Amazon

15 Sep 2020

Next week Amazon activist Leah Casimero will be joining Joel Thompson SJ, in a Zoom webinar hosted by Jesuit Missions at 7.30pm Tuesday 22 September.

Celebrating Creation: Going Where the Wild Things Are

14 Sep 2020

Does the hawk take flight by your wisdom

And spread its wings towards the south?

Does the eagle soar at your command

And build its nest on high?

St Ignatius, consolation, and stargazing

10 Sep 2020

In his autobiography, St.

A reflection on the season of creation

09 Sep 2020

“If nature survives, adivasis will survive and if adivasis survive, nature will survive.” - this quote is from Dayamani Barla, an indigenous woman environment ac

Being created

08 Sep 2020

In 2020 there is no task more urgent for Christians than to understand that we are creatures – and to take action accordingly.


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