Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, I extend to you my cordial greeting, with deep appreciation for your invaluable work. I thank Archbishop Tomasi for his kind words, as well as Doctor Pöttering for his address. I am also grateful for the three testimonies which reflect in a tangible way the theme of this Forum: “Integration and
Ignatius wrote to the Jesuits in Padua, “Our commitment to follow a poor Lord, quite naturally makes us friends of the poor.” These ‘poor’ are neither a sociological category nor a pious generalization, but the name for the real persons and groups among whom we live, whose conditions we study, with whom we work. Our
On 28th-29th November a joint reflection was held in Budapest with Frido Pfügler SJ from Germany, Hans Tschiggerl SJ from Austria and P. Tamás Forrai SJ from Hungary, where the coordination of the JRS activities in the region were discussed.
Dear Readers! Many were asking about the possible interpretations of the “quota-referendum” in Hungary. You can see that the “quota-referendum” in Hungary was not valid even if it was dominating the media for the last two months. Of course, now all political parties are giving their very different interpretations.