In this issue of New Frontiers, we highlight different experiences of "being artisans of hope in our blessed and broken world."
JPIC News and Updates
The booklet format of our JPIC Document, "Being Artisans of Hope in Our Blessed and Broken World," will soon be available.
"With deep conviction I wish once more to declare that the use of atomic energy for purposes of war is today, more than ever, a crime not only against the dignity of human beings but against any possible future for our common home." (Pope Francis, Hiroshima, 24 November 2019)
A few words to the Society from Socorro Martinez rscj: "I am in Rome with the group of Amerindia, which is a network of theologians in Latin America. We are outside of the Vatican walls. I will just share a few hopeful signs."
Clara Malo rscj (MEX), who was present at the Mass for the inauguration of the Synod for the Amazon, shares her reflection.
On Sunday October 13th participants in the Synod came together for lunch, prayer and relaxation at the Villa Lante Garden.
September 29 is World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
A delegation of seven is representing the Society of the Sacred Heart at the 2019 United Nations High Level Political Forum. Follow our delegates through the accounts that they will send us each day.
The UN-NGO and International JPIC Service are happy to announce the new collaboration between the Continental Popular Education Network and our UN-NGO Representative, with the support of our international JPIC Coordinator.
The letter for the feast of the Sacred Heart this year includes a gift and a challenge as you receive the enclosed document, "Being Artisans of Hope in Our Blessed and Broken World."