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Since its publication at the end of March 2016 the Global map became literally global, finding its home in schools and Jesuit organisations across all six regions of the Jesuit world. The photos with the Map are a great testimony to this. We’ve created an “Album” in the new “Photos” section entitled The World is our Home – Photos with the Global Map where we collect all the pictures with the map. We hope to keep updating this album, with more photos from around the world.

We’ve created a short video presenting the Global Map Project in the historical context of Jesuit Map making, with the collaboration of Jesuit historian Prof. John O’Malley SJ. Prof. O’Malley highlights the achievements of Jesuit cartographers of the early modern era in Latin America and China and their contribution to Jesuit education of their time. A selection of photos with the Educate Magis Global Map from the six Jesuit regions of the world illustrates the sense of belonging to the Jesuit and Ignatian network of schools. It also emphasises the fact that, in the words of Nadal, “the world is our house”.


The Global Map project is ongoing and we are inviting schools to send any updates to: maps@educatemagis.org We aim to keep improving the map and thus our knowledge of one another as a global network.

The Printed Global Map of Jesuit Schools features in diverse contexts and is being used in different ways around the word.

As a colourful background for happy students: 

Map @ St Ignatius Primary School, Galway (Sept 2016)
On our first school day at St. Ignatius Primary School, Galway, Ireland (Sept. 2016)
Showing my mum our cool new map! St.Ignatius Primary School, Galway, Ireland (Sept. 2016)

As a conversation starter for teachers from different parts of the world.

Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon From Left to Right Jerry Hahn (JHS), Elaine Forde (JHS), Julia Snyder (Kolleg St Blasien), Jennie Kuenz (JHS)
Julia Snyder from Kolleg St. Blasien in Germany visiting at Jesuit High School (JHS), Portland, Oregon, USA pictured with colleagues from JHS in front of a “billboard” format Global Map. From left to right: Jerry Hahn (JHS), Elaine Forde (JHS), Julia Snyder (Kolleg St. Blasien), Jennie Kuenz (JHS) (Sept. 2016).

Each autumn, before the start of school, the Diversity Office at Jesuit High School in Portland host three picnics for various family groups on campus:


As a worthy addition to a school corridor, where students, teachers and visitors pass frequently.

Colegio Mayor de San Bartolomé, Colombia, The FLACSI team: Lina Marcela, Juan Felipe Carrillo, Hugo Alexis Moreno, Yolanda Bejarano
Pictured the FLACSI team at the Colegio Mayor de San Bartolomé, Bogotá, Colombia. From left to right: Lina Marcela, Juan Felipe Carrillo, Hugo Alexis Moreno, Yolanda Bejarano (Aug. 2016).

It featured at an event and was fitted on a mobile frame for convenience. 

map-at-wisl-2016JCAP WISL Micronesia

At the Workshop on Ignatian School Leadership (WISL) meeting organised by the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) in the Philippines (July 2016).

As a background and project “partner” for the Jesuit Schools Network (JSN) Hemispheres project promoting awareness and action about Global Companionship:

The representatives from all six Jesuit Schools Network (JSN) Hemispheres partners at the JSN Colloquium 2016. Pictured: Felipe Carillo (FLACSI), Tim Sassen (JSN), Giulia McPherson (Jesuit Refugee Service), Nate Radomski (Fey y Alegria), Chris Kerr (Ignatian Solidarity Network), Eamonn McGuinness (Educate Magis), Dan Carmody (Hyde Center) (June 2016).

As a background for and advertising poster for an event:

The “small” format map being used as a poster background for the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) Colloquium 2016.

This collection of images just shows that we are all on the same Map, belong to the same network, and express this in different ways. Why not show this global interconnectedness by printing and displaying this Map? And when you do, don’t forget to send us a photo to maps@educatemagis.org !

To download the Map and information on how to print it click here.

Educate Magis Tip:

Did you know? You can also integrate the “Online Jesuit Schools Map” into your school website! Find out how here.