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Collaboration is Partnership by Ms. Roxanne Marie Castellas

The theme for today emerges from the need to identify a method for the diligent administration of the various institutions under the Society of Jesus.

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Upcoming events

Educators Seminar at Bangalore

JEASA and Indian Social Institute (ISI) jointly organise a Seminar at Indian Social Institute, Bangaluru on October 17 and 18, 2018. This is mainly for the Principals of Christian Schools in South India.

Young Educators Meeting at Kathmandu

Young Jesuit Educators Training will be held in Kathmandu from 6 to 12 October 2018. JEASA and ICAJE jointly organise this training.

Educator's Meeting in Darjeeling

The Principals' and educator's meet will be held for the Province of Darjeeling on 9th August. The meeting will be at Matigara. JEASA Secretary will be the resource person.

Central Zone Resource Team training and Principals meet at Ranchi

Two days of training for the Central Zone Education Bureau Resource team will be held in Ranchi on the 11 and 12 July 2018. 

Two days principals meet will be held for the five provinces of the Central Zone on 13th and 14th July 2018 at Ranchi. 

JEA SA: A Glance

Ignatius of Loyola and six of his companions founded the Society of Jesus in 1540. It was in that year that this group received formal approval from the pope, then Pope Paul III. At the age of 30, Inigo Lopez de Loyola, a Spanish nobleman, had his leg shattered by a cannon ball at the Battle of Pamplona 1521. During his convalescence in the castle of Loyola, Inigo was initially disappointed to find that there were only two books in the house: The Life of Christ and The Lives of the Saints. He read these books to pass the time, but gradually his mind was turned towards the things of God and away from his romantic fantasies.

Ignatius began to notice that he felt more at peace when he entertained ambitions of doing great things for God than when he thought about his romantic conquests. After he had recovered, he began to pray, fast and do penance. He also sought to find what God was asking of him. After many adventures, he decided to become a priest and took up studies in Paris where the new “company” was born. St. Ignatius and his  Read More

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