JESUITS AND JESUTO PRIESTING IN INDIA JESuits and Jesuits are one of the oldest orders in the Catholic Church.
There are some 8 million Jesuits and 500,000 Jesuits in India.
JESuits are not a monastic order, but are in a position to give out Communion to their parishioners, as they are able to attend Mass in their own homes and have access to priests who are not priests.
The Jesuits have been a part of India since the 14th century and have been given great status as a religion, but they have not had an official place in the Indian Constitution.
The order was officially established in 1621 by Pope Nicholas V and was named after the saint Nicholas the Apostle.
The Church has always viewed them as a religious order, not a religious denomination.
The Indian Constitution, in a section on the relationship of the church to the state, says that: ‘The Church, as an integral part of the State, should be recognised as a national religious institution and its functions should be conferred on the State.
The State shall not interfere with the exercise of the functions of the Church, but the State shall have sole right to exercise its jurisdiction and control over the affairs of the Catholic Faith and its activities in the territory.’
This is part of a general section called the Indian Covenant, which also covers religious matters, the status of the churches, and the freedom of worship.
This is the same section which says that the State has ‘exclusive right’ to give Communion, and that the church can only be closed if it is in danger of becoming a place of worship, or if it poses a risk to public order.
In recent times, India has seen a rise in the number of suicides of Jesuits, which have seen a dramatic increase over the last five years.
The Jesuit death toll in India has now reached 914 and is the highest in the world.
The Vatican has responded to the rise in suicides by stating that the Jesuits had ‘done their part’.
‘JESUIT suicides are a very sad reminder of the importance of our community of religious and lay people to the community and to the country,’ Pope Francis told reporters in Rome on Friday.
‘I want to express my deep condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives and those who suffer,’ he said.
However, there have been no reports of any deaths in India of Jesuit priests who have been killed in the line of duty.
JESSUTO RULES IN INDIAS The Jesuit order in India is divided into eight districts and is led by a Jesuit, who is known as the bishop of a particular district.
There is also a bishop for each of the seven districts of the country.
The Catholic Church in India, is a separate organisation.
The main aim of the Jesuit order is to evangelise the Indians, as well as to provide the spiritual, moral and temporal guidance that would help the Indians understand and respect the teachings of the Bible.
However the order also gives some guidance to local authorities, who in turn give their advice to the Indian government.
It is the duty of the bishops of the districts to give advice to government and other officials.
However in India it is a matter of great concern that the order has become a major source of income for many Jesuits.
The government has given the order financial support through a loan and a grant.
The most recent grant of $50 million is from the government of India.
In addition, the Jesue de la Franciscana in India received an additional $35 million in aid last year, from the state government.
This was the biggest financial aid the Jesuites received from the Indian state.
JEUSSUITS IN INDONESIA The Jesuit orders is not a purely monastic body.
They also have religious institutions in India as well.
This has helped them to reach out to the general public.
The number of Jesuits in India are scattered all over the country, but in the northeast, in Karnataka and Kerala, there are around 10,000.
There have also been Jesuits established in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra.
There has been an increase in the amount of Jesus, however, over the years.
Some of the states where the Jesues are the largest are Odisha, Tamilnadu, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan.
The JESuit order has also been involved in a number of social programmes in India and has also started a fund for the families and orphans of those that have died in the Line of Duty.
It also started giving away Communion at the beginning of this year, which is something the Indian Government had not done for years.
‘Jesuits have made a tremendous contribution to the lives of millions of Indians and have shown that the religion of Jesus Christ is alive and well