The Jesuit Refugee Service is an apostolic work of the Society of Jesus.
For more than 460 years Jesuit priests and brothers have served the
Church in new and unexpected ways. Men on the move, ready to change
residence, occupation, approach – whatever is necessary to advance the
Church’s mission: teaching the word of Jesus Christ and preaching his
Good News – a radical service of faith in a world that respects neither
faith nor the justice it entreats.
Today, Jesuits have enhanced
their cooperation to include men and women who share this vision of
service to faith and justice. And this exchange has expanded to include
dialogue with other religions and cultures. One of the most notable
examples of this cooperation is the Jesuit Refugee Service. For more
information about the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) click here.