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The new issue Canadian Jesuits is now out! This issue presents the work of Jesuit apostolates during COVID-19 and focuses on one of the Universal Apostolic Preferences of the Society of Jesus: to accompany young people in the creation of a future of hope.

All human beings, believers or not, desire to be happy. However, the future for young persons in particular appears bleak on the ecological front, with a sense of disunity, injustice, and, more recently, uncertainty in the face of a pandemic that leaves death and destruction in its wake. Nevertheless, life encompasses not only devastation and decay but also birth and renewal. A grain of wheat continues to grow on icy nights because under the newly fallen snow, the seed is still green. – José Antonio Sánchez, Director

Learn more about, among other things:

  • Marc Rizzetto, Jesuit and photographer
    Marc-André Veselovsky, a Jesuit scholastic who recounts the story of his vocation
    Camp Lac Simon, a day camp forming women and men for others

To read the magazine online, click here.

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