Carine paralympic gold medal winner

Paralympic Gold medal winner donates to JRS UK in memory of Louise Zanré

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Dermot Preston SJ visiting the trenches near Ypres

On the 100th anniversary of the battle of the Somme, Fr Dermot Preston SJ reflects...

Ministers of reconciliation
Collage of three photographs showing a football team line up, some men fishing and some men with bicycles

From the Archives: Sport photographs

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Bike Collage JRS UK

Ten Jesuits and friends are cycling from London to Brighton on August 6th to raise money to help refugees in the UK.

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  • Fr John Luck SJ, a biography

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  • Stephen B Whatley's the Sacred Heart of Jesus - part image

    A Novena to the Sacred Heart - An Introduction

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  • The Last Supper by Andrew White, detail

    Imaginative Conversations an Introduction

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  • Br Guy Consolmagno SJ

    Eyes to the Heavens: Where a scientist finds God

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  • Young Woman at prayer

    The Lowdown on Christian prayer - James Hanvey SJ

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  • Excerpt From The Homily Preached By Pope Piux XI At The Canonisation Of St Andrew Bobola SJ

    An exerpt from the Canonisation of St Andrew Bobola SJ

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Our People

  • Simon Bishop SJ

    Simon Bishop SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1993. Simon has been a school chaplain and more recently chaplain to the University of Oxford. In December 2013 Simon became the province Director of Spirituality.

  • Gerard Mitchell SJ

    Gerry became a Jesuit in 1974.  He has spent the last 17 years working in Jesuit parishes, principally as parish priest.  He has covered Brixton, Wimbledon and is at present parish priest of St Anselm's parish, Southall. Southall is a vibrant and diverse multicultural community

  • Gerry J Hughes SJ

    Gerard J. Hughes SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1951. Gerry J was vice-principal at Heythrop College before being appointed Master of Campion Hall in 1992. He has written several books and had many articles published. He still lives at Campion Hall in Oxford.