When Mother Teresa is canonized on September 4, she will be most remembered for her selfless charity. Mother Teresa worked with the poorest of the poor in Calcutta (Kolkata), India, serving the most neglected, abandoned, unwanted, lepers and others who would otherwise suffer without care. Her services were given freely, and her example was followed by the sisters in the order she founded, the Missionaries of Charity.
While we gather as Jesuit alumni and friends, we will find God within and among each other.
And together, we will discern how to promote peace and justice in a global and sustainable world.
The World Union of Jesuit Alumni (WUJA), founded in 1956, holds an international Congress every four years to gather Jesuit friends and alums—from as many as 50 countries representing a global network of Jesuit ministries—to build international networks and affirm Jesuit centric values for a greater good.
The T.S.R. Subramanian committee, entrusted with preparing a new education policy for India submitted the report to the government in May suggesting measures that the country must take to improve the sector that caters to over 300 million students in the country.
finds glaring holes in the existing system from primary to tertiary level. Here are top 10 recommendations of the report:
The annual meeting of the ICAJE held in the General Curia from 24th May to 28th May 2016. Hose Mesa SJ, the Secretary of Secondary Education of the Society, has well organised each days programme and the topics for discussions and discenment. This year's meeting mainly concentrated on the New Education Document, that is going to be out soon, after the final draft send to the experts in the region for their suggestions.
The draft of the New Document will look at today's Context of the world, especially the following areas;
Changes in the Socio-political Reality