Father Arturo Sosa, Superior General of the Jesuits, speaks to young men who might be thinking of joining the Jesuits, to be a priest or a brother. And he talks about the formation of the Jesuits.
This time, Father Sosa speaks directly to the young people who will be listening to his talk. He tells them about what it means to be committed to the religious life as a Jesuit, either by following the path that leads to the priesthood or in the vocation of a Jesuit brother. In both cases, the formation is demanding but it leads to a quality of service that is necessary in today’s world. He adds that there is much space in the Society of Jesus for the creation of new paths of commitment for faith and justice.