The Macau Ricci Institute will be relocating to the University of St. Joseph (Ilha Verde campus) and St. Joseph Seminary, therefore, we are going to close from 12 June 2017.
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USJ (Ilha Verde campus): Est Marg Ilha Verde 14-17 r/c, Macau, China
St. Joseph Seminary: 5 Largo de Sto. Agostinho, Macau, China
Macau Ricci Institute, July, 2017
A bi-annual journal reflecting thought leadership by the Macau Ricci Institute and the University of St Joseph on 3 content platforms:
The Macau Ricci Institute, 23-24 November, 2017
At the dawn of this 21st century, Peter Drucker made this observation about the common good:
“This is not the first pluralist society in history. But all other earlier pluralistic societies destroyed themselves because no one took care of the common good. They abounded in communities but could not sustain community, let alone create it. If our modern pluralistic society is to escape the same fate, the leaders of all institutions will have to learn to be leaders beyond the walls.” (Peter Drucker, “The New Pluralism,” Leader to Leader, No. 14 Fall 1999).
- Suppression and Restoration of the Society of Jesus in China
- When "Mr. Ou (Euclid)" came to China
- Exchange of Learning yet failed encounter
- Macao and the Jesuits: A Reading Through the Prism of History
- 'A New Chinese Learning' in a Quest for Values
- Matteo Ricci’s Legacy: a Loving Patience
- Trans-cultural Exchanges through Chinese Studies
- Jesuits’ Journeys in Chinese Studies
Tomás Pereira Library
The Macau Ricci Institute library has been named after Fr. Tomás Pereira, S.J. (1645-1708). Father Pereira was a missionary in Beijing and a friend of Qing dynasty emperor Kang Xi (1662-1723).Catalogue