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Jailed Indian priest describes conditions faced by fellow inmates awaiting trial

Many awaiting trial don’t even know what charges they face, Father Swamy writes

New superior for the Jesuits in Thailand

Spanish Jesuit Father Miguel Garaizábal Fontenla has been appointed to succeed Father Agustinus Sugiyo Pitoyo SJ in 2021

Indian authorities slated for ‘callous attitude’ towards imprisoned elderly priest

If govt is afraid of an 83-year-old sickly person then this is weakest govt in world history, priest says

Pope Francis calls for help for refugees fleeing war, injustice

Pope sends message to Jesuit Refugee Service for its 40th anniversary

Jesuit writer and mathematician Father Valles dies, aged 95

Father Carlos Gonzalez Valles spent five decades in India, wrote 78 books in the Gujarati language

Why do India’s powerful want to silence Father Stan Swamy?

He started religious studies in 1957, committing himself totally to the cause of the marginalized and the poor

Asian Catholic bishops call for release of jailed Indian priest

Bishops liken incarceration of 84-year-old priest to the treatment meted out to Gandhi

Former Jesuit superior general, Father Adolfo Nicolás, dies in Tokyo

China and the African continent were always among the priorities of the former head of the Jesuits

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