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There is no institution so old that it has nothing left to learn – and the Catholic Church must commit to transforming itself in relation to ecological issues, said keynote speaker and Columbian Jesuit Fr Jose Mesa SJ at last week’s JCAP Colloquium in Sydney.
JRS is deeply concerned about the interception of Sri Lankan asylum seekers, and says those returned to Sri Lanka have effectively been refouled.
Fr Steve Curtin SJ paid tribute to the friends, fellow Jesuits and companions who have supported him in his time as Provincial at a farewell dinner in his honour on 5 July.
Fr Tom Daly SJ, who died last week at the age of 89, has been remembered as an inspiring teacher whose most important legacy was teaching students how to understand themselves.
Asylum seekers and refugees need love, understanding and an opportunity to give back, said a Burundian asylum seeker Saul during this year’s Refugee Week commemorations.
Concerned for the welfare of refugees released from offshore detention centres, Jesuit Refugee Service has posted a community outreach worker on Nauru to work with the local community and refugees.
Drastic cost cutting measures as part of the Federal Budget send a clear message to the vulnerable and marginalised members of our society that they are on their own, says Jesuit Social Services.