Author: IJI Admin

Not a Silent Spectator

The death of 84-year-old Jesuit Stan Swamy SJ in hospital, while awaiting bail from an Indian prison, has caused shockwaves throughout the world. Falsely accused of being linked to...

Graduation Ceremony in Rumbek

The St Peter Claver Ecological Training Centre in Rumbek, South Sudan held its 12th Graduation Ceremony on 25th June.

“A Tragedy for the Nation”

Fr Stan Swamy SJ, the Indian Jesuit who spent his life working for the rights of marginalised ethnic groups died in hospital of Covid-19 complications on 5th July. He...

Fr Stan Swamy ill with suspected Covid-19

84-year-old Jesuit gravely ill in prison with “headache, fever and cough”

A life ‘looking down’ to search for God

A personal profile of our Director, John Guiney SJ, by Ruadhán Jones in The Irish Catholic last week reveals what inspired him to join the Jesuits and how walking...

Indian Jesuit victim of shocking abuse of law say Irish Jesuits

This article is from an interview that our Director, John Guiney SJ gave to Ruadhán Jones of the Irish Catholic recently, to talk about the injustice of Indian Jesuit...

Covid-19 Effects and Response in South Sudan

Allan Ggita SJ [Director of Development, Jesuits Eastern Africa], updates us about the situation in South Sudan, which is similar across Eastern Africa where people’s daily struggles have been...

New Computer Lab in Wau School

Loyola Secondary School in Wau, South Sudan is building a computer lab for its students to provide them with the practical skills they need to supplement their theoretical knowledge...

Release Human Rights Defender Stan Swamy SJ

Stan Swamy SJ is an 83-year-old human rights defender in India. He has worked for five decades with marginalised and vulnerable communities, especially the indigenous Adivasi peoples and the...

Teachers Building Peace in Maban

Two years ago, Basamat Osman Tome, a woman from Blue Nile State in Sudan was training to be a teacher with JRS in Maban South Sudan. She was hopeful...

Clean Water in Kangemi

Thank you to everyone who generously donated to our Tippy Taps Appeal, which gave clean water for handwashing to communities in several countries across East Africa. Two neighbouring parishes...

Lenten Celebrations at Wau School

“For us here at Loyola Secondary School we started our Lenten Season with the second lockdown due to the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic. Our Ash Wednesday mass was...