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This Christmas students from our Jesuit Schools around the world share their Love, Joy and Hope as gifts for us all. Through colorful pieces of art, video messages and in our Global Christmas Prayer 2020 celebration through Connected Classrooms students have warmed our hearts, inspiring us with hope and love for the days to come!

We invite you to watch their beautiful video messages, to browse the creative artwork in the art gallery and to watch the highlights of the Global Christmas Prayer Connected Class.

Today the darkness begins to grow shorter and the light to lengthen, as the hours of night become fewer…. Realize that the true light is now here and, through the rays of the gospel, is illumining the whole earth.” Gregory of Nyssa

Let us join our students in the creation of a peaceful and hope-filled future!

Video Messages from Students – Christmas 2020


Art Pieces from Students – Christmas 2020

View the beautiful art pieces sent by students from the following schools.

  • Escuelas San José de Valencia, Spain
  • St Paul’s High School, India
  • Instituto Lux – Elementary, León, Mexico
  • Colegio San Ignacio de Loyola de Alcalá de Henares, Spain
  • Colegio San José de Villafranca, Spain
  • Kostka Jesuit Public High School, Kraków, Poland
  • Jesuit Primary and High School, Gdynia, Poland
  • Xavier Catholic College, Ballina, Australia
  • Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy , Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • Prepa Loyola, Acapulco, Mexico


Connected Classroom – Global Christmas Prayer 2020 Highlights 

Watch the highlights of our Connected Classroom: “Global Christmas Prayer 2020” where students from the following schools shared their Christmas wishes with each other.

  • Colegio San José de Villafranca, Spain
  • St. Aloysius Primary School, Malta
  • Collegi Kostka, Spain
  • Belvedere College, Ireland
  • St. Mary’s Hall, United Kingdom
  • Cardinal Griffin Catholic College, United Kingdom
  • Wimbledon College, United Kingdom

Joy is the true gift of Christmas, not the expensive gifts that call for time and money. We can communicate this joy simply: with a smile, a kind gesture, a little help, forgiveness. And the joy we give will certainly come back to us.…Let us pray that this presence of the liberating joy of God shines forth in our lives.” Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Merry Christmas Everyone!