St Xavier’s University, New Town, kolkata has decided to introduce courses in statistics and computer science from 2022 based on feedback from those working in industry, academics, parents and students.
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St. Xavier’s University Kolkata Alumni Association (SXUKAA) organised a COVID Vaccination Camp in collaboration with Siddhartha Shankar Ray Foundation at St. Xavier’s School, Gurap on Sunday, 29th August, 2021 for the benefit of the rural and tribal population of the area. A total of 248 people received their dose of Covishield Vaccine on the day.Read More
On May 20, Jesuits and their co-workers across the world commenced the Ignatian Year (May 20, 2021 – July 31, 2022) - the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius’ conversion – that fateful day when Ignatius, a swaggering “caballero” and the soldier in the service of the Spanish king, Ferdinand, transformed into Ignatius the pilgrim for Christ.Read More
It is with a deep sense of pain and anguish I write these lines at the unfortunate death of Fr. Stan Swamy in judicial custody on July 5. As if the world has not suffered enough in these trying times of the invisible enemy, we are beset by the heart-breaking news of the sudden demise of tribal rights activist, Jesuit Fr. Stanislaus Lourduswamy.Read More
"Worry About Human Behavior, Not Covid Variants."
News headlines and health experts on social media are sounding the alarm over another variant of the coronavirus, this time Delta, claiming it is much more contagious and perhaps more lethal than any other variant seen so far. It’s easy to understand why: New variants of the virus continue to emerge, and cases are rising in many countries. But whether new variants pose a unique or substantial risk is still unknown, and as virologists, we are concerned that misunderstanding variants and the risk they pose can cause confusion and panic.Read More
By Vatican News staff writer
Marking 109 years since the founding of the International LabourOrganisation, Pope Francis sent a video message in which he stressed the importance of the rights of the worker, each worker in each form of work, especially as we come out of this Covid-19 pandemic in hope of economic recovery.Read More
After China's clampdown on Tiananmen vigils, an opportunity exists to speak the truth in the face of persecution or compromiseRead More
Tribal rights activist Jesuit Fr. Stan Lourduswamy, popularly known as Stan Swamy is in custody in Taloja prison for the past eight months in connection with the 2018 BhimaKoregaon case. The 84-year-old octogenarian’s health had deteriorated and the Jesuits had recently appealed to the Maharashtra government seeking medical attention for Fr. Swamy.Read More
After a 16-month discernment process, the Society of Jesus (Jesuit Order) has announced its four Universal Apostolic Preferences for the next 10 years.
‘The Universal Apostolic Preferences are a call to conversion. They are an invitation to rethink how we live, how we work and how we relate to the people we serve.Theyinvite all Jesuits and their collaborators in mission to hear the voice of the Holy Spirit and inspire them to take action.’Read More
This year, all Jesuits and their co-workers across the world will celebrate the Ignatian Year on May 20, 2021: the 500th anniversary of Ignatius' "cannonball" moment. This can be a time for reflection and renewal, an opportunity to think about our calling and to focus our desires in order to become part of the movement to discern a better future, accompany young people in building a hope-filled future for our communities and our planet.Read More