Adeus Romuald. There is still so much more to do.

Romuald D’Souza SJ (1925-2019) was among the finest Jesuit educationists from Goa. Awarded the Padma Shri in 2010 for his contribution to education, Romuald had distinguished himself in the field of business management education first at the XLRI, Jamshedpur and later by founding two premier business schools: XIM, Bhubaneshwar and GIM, Goa. In his tribute to Romuald, Rinald D’Souza SJ contends how Romuald deployed his own spiritual heritage to influence his brand of business management education.

The Shift in the Vatican Secret Archives

While the announcement of the opening of the Vatican Archives of Pope Pius XII (1939-1958) was welcome by researchers, what has remained in focus is a debate regarding the role of the Pope and the Holocaust. However, the Archives should reveal a much broader narrative as the period of this papacy was also at the centre of a shifting global Christianity and its rapid indigenisation.

Claiming back our Climate

Claim the Climate was the largest ever mobilisation for climate in Belgium, as over 65,000 people marched through Brussels voicing their support for an ambitious climate plan. Rinald D’Souza joined the Critical Mass from Leuven as he expressed his solidarity with his host country and our common struggle for sustainable climate solutions.