The Macau Ricci Institute already relocated to the St. Joseph Seminary, therefore, our office is back to normal from 14 November 2017.
St. Joseph Seminary: 5 Largo de Sto. Agostinho, Macau, China
MRI LIBRARY APPEAL
We at the MRI regret to inform you that our library, an invaluable resource for local and visiting researchers and scholars, has been destroyed. During the recent typhoon – HATO –which resulted in the death of at least 16 people and caused havoc in Macau on 23 August 2017, the MRI lost its entire collection of books due to flooding. In total, our Institute lost approximately 25,000 volumes. While we may never rebuild the MRI’s library to its original condition, we are determined to recover as much of what was lost as possible. Your help in this process is much needed and highly appreciated. Please consider a donation to help restore the MRI library.
Date: 23-24 November, 2017
Venue: 5,Largo de St. Agostinho, Macau, opposite the Grotto inside the St. Joseph Seminary
We cordially invite you to join our International Symposium 2017 which is focused on the topic of "Education for the Common Good" , will take place from Thursday 23 – Friday 24 November 2017.
The conference will be held at the Xavier Hall at St. Joseph Seminary.
- 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
- Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
- Université d’Artois, France
- Facultés Jésuites de Paris Centre Sèvres, France
- An online database on Jesuit authors, history, spirituality, ministry
- University of International Business and Economics
- Global Ethics Network
- Online Chinese Christianity Collection