26 February 2017 : A newsletter of the Australian Jesuits

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Published: 08-Sep-2016

Jesuit Mission's Indian Bazaar takes place on Saturday 17 September at St Ignatius' College Riverview in Sydney. Hear how the ‘word pictures’ of a priest returning from his work in India led Peter and Joy Anderson to an enduring involvement with Jesuit Mission. 

Published: 12-Jul-2016

More than 200 school communities across Australia are expected to stand in solidarity with people seeking asylum by participating in a new National Day of Prayer and Action organised by the Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA). 

Published: 09-Dec-2014

While football clubs have just finished drafting their youngsters for next year, Jesuit Mission in Australia has had its own injection of young talent, with four interns joining the offices in recent weeks.

Published: 09-Dec-2014

Jesuit Refugee Service aims to address a lack of asylum seeker services in Western Sydney with the launch of Arrupe Place, the organisation’s new drop-in centre in Parramatta.

Published: 11-Nov-2014

Aisha has a dream: a bustling inner city café, styled as an indoor garden, where she serves fine coffee to discerning patrons as the establishment’s owner-barista. Thanks to a Jesuit Social Services barista program, she's now one step closer to making it a reality.

Published: 11-Nov-2014

Jesuit Refugee Service announced at its annual Melbourne Cup Luncheon fundraiser that it will expand its Shelter Project into western Sydney – an area that is home to Australia’s most destitute asylum seeker population.

Published: 11-Nov-2014

Jesuit Refugee Service Australia has called for the country to take the lead in establishing a long-term regional solution for displaced persons in the Asia-Pacific region.

Published: 21-Oct-2014

Fr Steve Sinn SJ pays tribute to outgoing Jesuit Mission Director Fr Phil Crotty SJ, a priest whose vocation sees him most at home in the middle of a crowd.

Published: 21-Oct-2014

The Curtin Detention Centre in Western Australia, where JRS has undertaken pastoral work in collaboration with the tireless and generous Sisters of Mercy since 2010, has been shut down as a consequence of Federal budget cuts. Sr Jacqueline Ford, the first and last Mercy Sister to work at Curtin, reflects on the experience.