This issue that marks one year of INI carries an interview with an Ukranian Jesuit and articles by M.K. George, SJ, Joe Xavier A., SJ, Emmanuel Arockiam, SJ, Arockiasamy Xavier, SJ, Elil Rajendram, SJ and M.A. Joe Antony, SJ.
In this exclusive interview to INI, Vitaliy Osmolovskyy, SJ, an Ukranian Jesuit and a social worker talks of the consequences of the war for his beautiful country.
M.K. George, SJ, looks at the consequences of wars and conflicts in our world today and reflects on the ways in which we could respond to these challenges.
Fr. Joe Xavier A. attempts to speculate on the unique governing style of Fr. Arturo Sosa, the present Jesuit General.
Based on his own experiences, Emmanuel Arockiam, SJ points out the ways in which we are insensitive to the plight of senior Jesuits. He suggests ways in which we could age joyfully.
Arockiasamy Xavier, SJ points out that we need to see the changes Indian youth have undergone in the recent past.
Elil Rajendram, SJ talks of what is hidden in the serious crisis that Sri Lanka faces today – a rare opportunity to find a solution to the longstanding problem of racial, linguistic discrimination.
M.A. Joe Antony, SJ suggests the ways in which we respond to the Synod on Synodality will reveal a great deal about ourselves.