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Ignatian immersion course in Manresa

The eight Mary Ward women who participated in the English-speaking Ignatian immersion course in Manresa from April to June 2019, together with the Jesuit leader of the course.
Back row from left to right: Eileen Linehan (IBVM – Ireland), Christa Parra (IBVM – USA), Bosco Lee (CJ – Korea/Manila), Judit Knab (CJ – MEP/Hungary)
Front row from left to right: Marilyn Murickal (CJ – Nepal), Tomsy Madathumpadickal (CJ – Delhi), Shanta Xalxo (IBVM – India), Domitilla Akama (IBVM- East Africa/Kenya)
7 of the group in the cave of Manresa with the original begging bowl of St Ignatius

This news item will expire on 12/08/2019.

Visitation of the Middle European Province (MEP) - part III

From 31 May until 28 June 2019, Sisters Elisabeth CJ and Elena CJ will undertake the third and last part of the consultation visitation of the Middle European Province.  The term of office of the current Provincial Superior expires at the end of the year. Our Constitutions require us to make detailed inquiries in the province before the appointment of a new Provincial Superior. This third part of the visitation will cover communities in Hungary, Austria, South Tyrol and Munich.
Elisabeth and Elena will have conversations with all the 130 sisters. After having met each individual sister there will be a meeting with the community to reflect together and to have conversations about co-creating the future of the Congregatio Jesu.  (text and photos/eka)

This news item will expire on 03/08/2019.

Juniors' meeting - COIN

28 Juniors (temporary professed members) from COIN, guided by their Junior Mistress Sr. Shweta CJ and Fr. Robin SJ, had a five day meeting at the beginning of May and they have written a report about this experience which we warmly invite you to read. You can find the report in the link below. 

This news item will expire on 31/07/2019.