The beginning of this year has seen the release of a new website from the Maltese Jesuits, which according to Provincial Fr Paul Pace, SJ, is aimed at communicating the Jesuits’ message in the best and most efficient manner possible.

The website integrates the Jesuits’ many web channels into a single more accessible web medium and aims to meet the diverse needs of students, researchers, collaborators, media organisations, and above all, people looking for support through the services the Jesuits offer.

The new website puts control of all content into the Jesuits’ hands, so fresh content can be placed online very easily to keep the website fully updated at all times.

Fr Pace’s favourite aspect of the website is its dynamic image of the Jesuits and their work, its user-friendliness and the fact that it has brought most of the Jesuits’ works together under a single roof.

Jesuit.org.mt is a huge website, due to the Jesuits’ large involvement in Maltese society through institutions such as St Aloysius College, the University Chaplaincy, the Jesuit Refugee Service, the Centre for Ignatian Spirituality and their retreat houses, among many others.

Furthermore, this site offers a great number of online services such as an opinion column called ‘Fresh thinking’, events, online prayer facilities, information and resources, question-and-answer facility and no fewer than four e-newsletters.

Apart from the huge volume of information it contains, the site is equipped with an online payment gateway to facilitate sending and receiving monetary donations.

Complete social media integration on the new Jesuits’ site allows the user to share any pertinent page across their social network of choice.

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