MA Theology Ecology and Ethics

A manifesto on work, based on the shared values of Christian and secular ethics, has recently been presented at UNESCO by a Jesuit-led team of researchers based in Paris.“The way we collectively think about and manage work has significant impacts on our quality of life and our environment,” says British Jesuit scholastic Jacques St Laurent SJ, currently in his second year studying Philosophy at Centre Sevres in Paris. Jacques has been working with the Paris-based Centre for Social Research and...
Denzil Fernandes front left with group from Symposium
Eddy Bermingham SJ discovers how principles of Laudato Si are being implemented by Jesuit Social Centres around the world, through a chance encounter in Brussels.     You never quite know who you will meet when you stay at the Jesuit Community of St Benedict in Brussels. As the name of the patron saint of the house suggests, this is a community of Jesuits each of whom works with some aspect of “Europe”, from the President of the Jesuit Conference of European Provincials...