Participants are also requested to attend the Holy Mass scheduled right after the talk.
Bishop Yu reminded the newly ordained Jesuits of the Jesuit charism to be contemplatives in action that makes Jesuit priesthood possible.
“No alterations can be made to the convent without first getting clearance,” Mother Bantillo said. “It’s very hard on our part.”
“What people see in it is the lavish display of wealth they can only dream of having, and something which the saints themselves do not represent,” Fr. Ofrasio said.
Fr Boniface Tigga SJ said that many roads are still inaccessible due to landslides, making it harder for relief to reach remote villages.
“It’s not easy to reach us, the road is not smooth, but we thank Caritas Nepal for always coming and not forgetting us,” said 74-year-old Mishri Nepal of Chandani village in Kavrepalanchowk.
The conference was attended by 95 ethicists, among whom were 14 plenary speakers and another 36 presenting paper during concurrent sessions.
“It is crucial that we address ecological issues more explicitly in Jesuit formation and also make these a matter for our ongoing formation,” the statement said.