JEA SA is for uniting and linking all the Jesuit schools in the SA Assistancy. It, in turn, takes all our schools as part of the International network of Jesuit Schools.
1. BE ROOTED IN THE JESUIT LEGACY IN ALL OUR ENDEAVORS
2. Challenges are many, only way is to be proactive in our mission
3. Therefore, all the Jesuit schools must think it as part of the JEA.
4. Must strengthen the Province Network..
5. Must strengthen the Zonal Net work
As the Principal of St. Lawrence High School since 2014, in the begining witnessing the mass exodus of students from our school to now pleasantly observing the inflow of students from other schools in short period of time is not a joke. What is our aim as a Jesuit Educator not to please people, but be faithful to one’s vocation and heading to the call. A Jesuit Educator should be essentially an educationalist, visionary and skilled integrator in bridging modern technology with traditional education platforms. Serving asthe Vice Principal at St.
We invite you to watch the interview to the Secretary for Education, Fr. Jose Mesa SJ. He highlights five key ideas that will serve us as guidelines when reading the message of the General Congregation (GC36) also will help you and your educational community to move forward into this new perspective.
New Delhi: Father George Pattery heads more than 4,000 Jesuits, who work in South Asia, the largest segment in the Society of Jesus. He was among 46 Jesuit delegates from the region who attended the congregation’s 36th General Congregation (GC) that elected their superior general.
TEMPO FORTE is a term that is very much associated with the proceedings in the Society of Jesus. It means 'Strong Time'. The POSA and the full time Secretaries have a two day sharing and discernment on the Assistancy works. A lot od sharings, reflections, discernment and future planning is done. This brings a oneness and a corporal sense among all the different ministries in the South Asian Conference.
There is a well-established tradition that on the occasion of a Jesuit General Congregation, the Holy Father meets with the delegates. Since most of the time this happens as an audience in the rooms of the Vatican, there is not a precedent for the pope himself choosing to meet the Jesuits as they are gathered in the General Congregation in the curia of the Society.