SEMINAR | Jesuit Art In Macau: Between Goa And Japan (16th-17th Centuries) | Cristina Osswald | 14 April 2021
SEMINAR | Basilica of Bom Jesus in Goa. Past, present and (which) future? | Vishvesh Kandolkar, Joaquim Rodrigues dos Santos, José Delgado Rodrigues, Fleur D'Souza, Edgar Ribeiro | 25 March 2021
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 path to the final vows within the Society of Jesus can be a protracted journey as outlined by its Institute. Rinald D’Souza articulates how these final vows — which include a fourth vow of special obedience to the Pope with regard to the missions — are in fact a manifestation of a Jesuit’s availability for mission.
The Camino Ignaciano is an Ignatian pilgrimage that recreates the sixteenth-century historical route (1522) of Ignatius of Loyola from his hometown in Azpeitia to the cave in Manresa where he underwent a transformative experience and wrote his classic, The Spiritual Exercises. Rinald D’Souza SJ reflects on his experience of walking the Camino.