Bill Robins, SJ

Bill Robins, SJ, is Socius to the Regional Superior of Nepal, and superior at Kamai Niwas Jesuit Training Center in Kathmandu.


41 posts

    "There are always negative habits to be given up during Lent, but so much to be gained as I walk through life with Jesus and my companions, enjoying life with both!"...

    "Another hope for the coming year is to continue to let go, as younger Jesuits, all from South Asia, administer our Nepal Region in their own way."...

    This post grew from Pope Francis' prayer intention: "That those who have material, political or spiritual power may resist any lure of corruption."...

    "The Pope's prayer intention for July 2017 was: That our brothers and sisters who have strayed from the faith, through our prayer and witness to the Gospel, may rediscover the merciful closeness of the Lord and the beauty of the Christian life."...

    For the "Canada 150 & Me" series, igNation asked writers what being Canadian means to them."Hopefully Canadians will give themselves a 150th birthday present when our government signs and ratifies the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), albeit four years late."...

    Bill Robins, SJ and mobile clinic supporter Chris Fussner made a December visit to Birendra Nagar, the headquarters of Surkhet District, where the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth (SCN) run a school, a women's development project, and mobile clinics at several out of the way locations....

    Who would want to settle in what is now Manitoba? I happily grew up in Winnipeg, but my first views of mountains, when I was about fifteen years old, raised this question. Forty-four years of life in the Himalaya is my answer. I thoroughly enjoy periodic visits home, and even put up with the challenges of a Winnipeg winter in early 1977. I taught at St. Paul's High School then. This summer's reading helped answer my question....

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