Jesuit Mission News

Summer 2020 - #624
Included in this issue:
  • Clean water, changing lives
  • 2020 vision, clear and focused - by Fr Trung Nguyen S.J
  • Youth, the Now of God
  • Reaching high like the bamboo trees
  • The real cost of a cuppa
Winter 2019 - #623
Included in this issue:
  • Casting a lifeline in India
  • Shining the Light of Love in India
  • Responding to God's love - Reflection by Fr Trung Nguyen SJ
  • Micro-credit is transforming lives in Myanmar
  • Finding freedom in Myanmar
  • Creating change in Cambodia
Summer 2019 - #622
Included in this issue:
  • Honouring Joshua - an Australian couple's generosity resonates in India
  • Reaping the seeds of change in Cambodia
  • Love brings change in Thailand
  • A lifetime pilgrimage - Fr Bob Slattery SJ
  • Faith and Culture - Reflection by Fr Trung Nguyen SJ
Jesuit Mission Newsletter
Winter 2018 - #621
Included in this issue:
  • A symbol of hope in Kachin - responding to the conflict in Myanmar
  • Photos from Cambodia
  • Raised to new life - Reflection by Fr Trung Nguyen SJ
  • Solidarity at the Maytime Fair
  • Being with the Dalits - Fr Phil Crotty SJ

Gratitude Report 2018

Please enjoy the stories of change that your generosity has made possible in 2018. During the year Jesuit Mission has worked with 22 partners on the ground in 14 countries. Our partners effect change across the spheres of health and basic rights, education, leadership and capacity training, and pastoral care.

These programs break cycles of poverty through agricultural, livelihood and vocational training. They protect the well-being of communities by providing medical care, schools, food, income generating projects and improved access to clean water and toilets.

They provide refugees, asylum seekers and other vulnerable individuals with pastoral care, social inclusion, education and advocacy.

"I am so grateful to you for joining us in serving our most vulnerable sisters and brothers living in the 'margins' of our world. Your kindness will continue to effect change for years into the future."

- Helen Forde, CEO