Father Antonio Moreno urges vigilance 'so that the dark atrocities of martial law under Ferdinand Marcos not be repeated'
'Might should not be equated with right,' says Father Antonio Moreno, the Philippine head of the biggest male religious order in the Catholic Church
Father Antonio Moreno, provincial superior of the Philippine Jesuits, hits 'a dangerous culture of impunity' that 'is seeping into our social fabric'
'Burying the dictator in the Libingan ng mga Bayani will not heal our wounded country,' Jesuit groups say
A Filipino-produced historical film based on the life of Saint Ignatius of Loyola screens at the Filmoteca Vaticana
The online Holy Week retreat, with the theme 'The Three Doors to Mercy,' features Jesuit and lay spiritual directors this year
Genuine leadership, from an Ignatian point of view, focuses on the possible, the future. It integrates 4 fundamental pillars: self-awareness, ingenuity, love, and heroism.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle opens the process to declare Fr George Willmann SJ the next Filipino saint
How has former Ateneo de Manila University president Fr. Ben Nebres able to contribute to the development of so many top social entrepreneurs?
In a gesture of gratitude, the Filipino Jesuits who met with Pope Francis serenade him with a song composed by one of their own
Pope Francis flies to Leyte…but the storm cuts his trip short. And, he poses for his first selfie in Manila
(4th UPDATE) Ateneo President Fr Jett Villarin tells Rappler the Pope and the Jesuits discussed vocation, love of Christ and the youth. 'Very Jesuit, very casual.'
Elderly Jesuit priests say they feel a 'profound gratitude' for Pope Francis' arrival in the Phillippines
In some of his papal trips abroad, Pope Francis sneaked in events that are not part of his official itinerary
Rappler speaks to 6 Jesuit priests on what the visit of Pope Francis – the first Jesuit pope – means to them
'If I say, 'Be good,' you might think I am joking. But to tell you the truth, that is the most important of all – if we understand it,' Ferriols says
The Society of Jesus looks back at one of the most challenging periods in their history — the abolishment of their Order during the 18th century
Mandarin-speaking actor-registered nurse pursues idealism of Jonas role in film bio on Filipino saint
Argentine cardinal Bergoglio is the first Jesuit Latin-American pope in history. A Jesuit in the Philippines says he was incredulous to hear one of their own is now pope.
'St Francis was the greatest reformer in the history of the church, Pope Francis must do the same,' US priest abuse survivors say
As a cardinal, Bergoglio is 'conservative at the level of doctrine, and progressive on social issues'
'Communicator and mentor par excellence' Fr James Reuter is laid to rest at the Sacred Heart Novitiate Jesuit Cemetery
The 96-year-old American Jesuit priest best known for his work in the academe and media here in the Philippines, died Monday, December 31