Fr Frank Wafer SJ

Fr Frank Wafer SJ has worked in Chikuni, Zambia for over 50 years. He has collected and disseminated Tonga music and literature and authored the first Chitonga-English Dictionary.

South Sudan: learning in emergencies

Leila is a teacher in South Sudan. She never thought she would become a refugee living in an emergency camp. Now Leila works towards peace through education with the Jesuit Refugee Service.

Jesuit Refugee Services Uganda

Stephen Kutessa from JRS Uganda explains the range of supports in their urban refugee programme based in Kampala. JRS Uganda is supported by the Irish Jesuit Missions.

 

Climate change and a new call to mission

Peter Walpole SJ shares his views on the future for youth, the importance of having Cosmovision and the influence of Pope Francis in an interview with the Irish Jesuit Missions.

 

Devastated but not Defeated

The Jesuit Nepal earthquake response was student-led by St Xavier College students from all 75 districts. They led relief teams up mountainous treks to remote villages in the Himalayas. The long path to recovery and rehabilitation has begun.

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