ELP – Give talent a chance

On 11 April, in the context of the event organized by COMECE and Don Bosco International, the JESC team represented by Eleonora Vitale and Jaka Krajnc had the opportunity to […]

Four Preferences, a way to God

At the beginning of the year, Pope Francis approved the four Universal Apostolic Preferences of the Jesuits  – Discernment and the Spiritual Exercises, Walking with the Excluded, Caring for our […]

Three Jesuits at the 4th UN General Assembly on the Environment

Three Jesuits along with one lay collaborator participated in the 4th Assembly of Nations the United Nations for the environment recently held in Nairobi –  James KAYANDA (EAP), Adrian MAKASA […]

Too many humans, or maybe not?

“Laudato Si”, the second Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis, focuses on environmental degradation and irresponsible development. Paragraph 51 comments on demographic growth and suggests that the size of the human […]

Water, blessing or curse?

From past to the present, water as the blessing of mother nature and strategic natural resource has always remained on the agenda due to its importance for all living organisms, […]

Laudato Si’ and air pollution

In his Encyclical letter, Laudato Si‘, the Holy Father directly tackles the issue of climate change. In his argument, Francis emphasises the pressing threat under which Mother Earth is choking; […]

Integral changes without conflict

Laudato Si’ is an Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis that lays down an interesting perspective on ecological and societal factors as causes of global changes, such as migration. Even though […]

Better together, with the Excluded

What does walking with the excluded mean for us? It means walking alongside the vulnerable, no matter where they might be: Syria, Africa, America… or Brussels. It means spending our […]

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