Arrupe Jesuit Community

Arrupe Jesuit Community is a community of Jesuits from different parts of Africa doing their studies in philosophy at Arrupe Jesuit University.

Operating as usual


One of our communities here at Arrupe is named after Bishop Paul Lungu. We remember him today, the 24th anniversary of his death.


The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception.
Reflection from Scholastic Precious Best SJ.
Have a nourishing day!


Monday of Second Week of Advent.
Novice Luciano Francisco nSJ shares a reflection with us.


Second Sunday of Advent.
Reflection by Scholastic Reuben Nazombe SJ.


4th December, First Week of Advent.
Reflection by Scholastic Hassan Phiri SJ.


Feast of St Francis Xavier (One of the founders of the Society of Jesus)
Advent Reflection from Scholastic Timoteo Portasio SJ.
Happy Feast!!!


First Thursday of Advent.
Reflection by Constantino Chibula nSJ.
Good day!


First Wednesday of Advent (1 Dec 2021)
Reflection by Scholastic Michael Odiambo SJ.


The Feast of St Andrew
We listen to a reflection from Scholastic Victor Manirakiza.
Be nourished!


Second day and first Monday of Advent.
Scholastic Christopher Tamburayi shares his reflection.
God Bless His word!


Welcome to the season of Advent, the beginning of a new liturgical year in the Church.
Scholastic John Maro shares the first reflection of the season.
Happy First Sunday of Advent!!!

Pope Francis on Twitter 12/10/2021

Pope Francis on Twitter

Last weekend, Pope Francis celebrated the opening Mass of the Synod on Synodality. What are your thoughts on the synod? What direction should the Church take with regards to participation, dialogue, listening and discernment? How can we, as a community, participate in the synodal process?

Pope Francis on Twitter “Participating in a means taking the same path as the Word made flesh: following in his footsteps, listening to his word and the words of others, discovering with amazement that the Holy Spirit always surprises us with fresh paths and new ways of speaking.”


One of the four Universal Apostolic Preferences of the Society of Jesus is to care for our common home; earth. Rev. Fr. Stephen Buckland, SJ shares with us a one minute reflection about caring for our mother earth.


In the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556) emphasizes freedom through awareness. One powerful tool that he proposes as an aide to achieve this is the Examen. A process of tracing one's past thoughts, words, and actions, from the time of rising to the time of the examination, so as to be aware of the places where we encountered God and were faithful to him and where we met him and were not faithful to him. For the former, to ask grace to continue doing good, and for the latter to make amends. The Arrupe Jesuit Community at Arrupe Jesuit University has maintained this rich tradition. Every day from 1:00 PM to 1:15 PM, we gather as a community, around the chapel of the Holy Name to examine our consciences and become more aware of our weaknesses and strengths. The joys of doing this as a community are that first, we recognize the need to be forgiven and God's desire to forgive us. Second, we are united in heart and mind for the greater glory of God.

Masuzyo Jumbe SJ

Photos from Arrupe Jesuit Community's post 12/09/2021

Yesterday the IT Club hosted a workshop on design using Coreldraw. By all accounts, it was an interesting and helpful session.

Increasing our digital skills better equips us to serve the modern world.

Thank you and well done to the IT Club! We look forward to seeing what's next.

Society of Jesus Celebrates Feast of St. Peter Claver, SJ - 09/09/2021

Society of Jesus Celebrates Feast of St. Peter Claver, SJ -

Today we celebrate the Feast Day of St Peter Claver. We pray for the grace of walking with the excluded of our own time.

Society of Jesus Celebrates Feast of St. Peter Claver, SJ - Today is the feast day of Saint Peter Claver, a Jesuit missionary known as the patron saint of slaves, African missions and interracial justice.

An Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyle – The Pope Video 9 – September 2021 09/09/2021

An Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyle – The Pope Video 9 – September 2021

What are you doing to collaborate in the care of our common home?

Here Pope Francis reflects on the creativity of young people in creating more environmentally sustainable lifestyles.

An Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyle – The Pope Video 9 – September 2021 Via the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer): Who is leading new projects to protect and sustain the environment...

Photos from Arrupe Jesuit Community's post 08/09/2021

What a joyful day, the day of the Lord! Congratulations Malick, Victor and Jeannot!

Photos from Arrupe Jesuit Community's post 07/09/2021

Join us in praying for our 3 brothers, Jeannot Adakpe, Malick Nnemle and Victor Eledi, who will be pronouncing their first vows in the Society of Jesus tomorrow evening.

Photos from Arrupe Jesuit Community's post 30/05/2021

The Curtain Comes Down in Style

Jesuit scholastic who are in their final year at Arrupe Jesuit University have concluded their 9-day pre-regency workshop which is meant to prepare them for the new mission ahead.
Regency is a time of work-related engagement mostly done by Jesuits in formation after finishing their philosophical studies.

During the workshop, they were taken through aspects of governance, essence of regency, liturgy etc. The workshop concluded with a visit to Binga and Victoria Falls.

We pray for our brothers that they may love and serve as taught them in the past three or four years at Arrupe.

Photos from Arrupe Jesuit Community's post 17/05/2021

Arrupe Jesuit Community begins Social Analysis Workshop which will run from today, Monday until Friday.

Bishop Emeritus of Chinhoyi Dieter Scholz SJ, who was appointed by Fr Pedro Arrupe as the first International Director of Jesuit Refugees Service in the late 70s, opens the workshop by giving an insight on the spirit that led to the formation of JRS and the initial experiences.

The workshop is being attended by first, second and third year scholastics.

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