Keeping people posted

February 19, 2008 in General, News

The GC35 section of, the website of the Jesuit Press Office in Rome, draws attention in a recent post to the defining nature of its own role in Jesuit history. In an article entitled ‘A “Global” General Congregation’, it comments that “new technology is revolutionizing the way we transmit information, also in the Society of Jesus”. “We no longer rely on sporadic faxes and short communications just about the greater events,” it continues, “as in previous General Congregations. We are making a great effort to transmit sufficient information to share the rhythm of the Congregation with the rest of the world and, at the same time, maintain privacy and a prudent distance that allows the delegates to do their work with freedom.” Read the full piece.