James Kanali SJ on the continent of Africa: Who are our allies?

James Kanali, a Jesuit from Kenya in the East African province, worked with the Jesuit Refugee Service in Sudan with internally displaced people from the war in Sudan, and refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

He is currently studying in Trinity College Dublin, and below he discusses his thoughts on conflict within the African continent, and who can be considered an 'ally' of a normal person within the African continent.

Fr. Orobator SJ discusses Conflict Resolution in Africa

Fr. Orobator SJ talks about the importance of educating young people in preventing - and resolving - conflicts in Africa.

International Women's Day 2014

Lena Jacobs, IT and Marketing in the Irish Jesuit Missions Office, speaks about International Womens Day and the importance of educating women and girls.

Click here to read the article.

Annual Pope Paul VI Lecture

The Pope Paul VI annual lecture was given by Fr. Agbinkhianmeghe E. Orobator SJ at King’s College London with a talk entitled:

A Billion Reasons to believe in Africa: The long march from ‘the hopeless continent’ to ‘the spiritual lung of humanity.

See below for the full lecture.

Loyola Secondary School in Kasungu, Malawi

John Guiney SJ talks with Alojz Podgrajsek on the construction site of a new secondary school being built to educate girls and boys from Malawi. The school is set to open in September 2014. Click here for more information on the project.

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