front page gratitudeGratitude Magazine March 2015, Vol. 3, No. 1

This edition of Gratitude focuses mainly on Jesuits and collaboration. It showcases a collection of articles from within our province and from as far afield as Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Middle East, Europe and America. As an institution of Jesuit formation and studies, Arrupe College looks back with gratitude to all those who share the vision of the College and the Society of Jesus. In this edition we also highlight some specific events from the proposed Loyola Jesuit University. The LJU committee is working very hard to meet the target for the groundbreaking ceremony in 2015. In gratitude for the lives of our “60 Angels”, this edition also underscores some activities commemorating the 9th anniversary of the Sosoliso Plane crash in Port Harcourt on December 10, 2005, in which sixty students of Loyola Jesuit College Abuja, died. The activities were held at the LUTH Catholic Chaplaincy Idi-Araba, in Lagos. And finally, Fr. Abuchi Muoneme, SJ, shares with notes of gratitude some of his experiences as a PhD student at Gonzaga University Spokane, USA.

 

 

 

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Gratitude Magazine March 2012, Vol. 2, No. 2

This edition of Gratitude focuses on ministry. It showcases an array of our ministries from within the province and from as far afield as Harare, London, Rome, and Jerusalem. The articles offer us insights into the many engagements of the Jesuits of our province in promotingthe original mission of the Society, a mission made possible by your generous and continuous support, dear friends and benefactors. Indeed, some give to the mission by going and others go by Of particular interest is the Jesuit involvement in education.

Of particular interest is the Jesuit involvement in education. St. Ignatius Loyola said, “All the well-being of Christianity and of the whole world depends on the proper education of the youth.”  Jesuits have bade the unsaid of that statement, i.e., to educate the youth properly, for almost five centuries now.

This edition highlights particularly the proposed Loyola Jesuit University, Nigeria.  Planning has reached advanced stage and the committee works hard to beat the 2015 start off schedule.  We also bring you updates from the Jesuit Memorial College, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.  Work has finally begun on the school site.  This is good news given that it has taken five years to get a proper piece of land to build on.

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Gratitude Publication October 2011

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