Unlit Advent Candles to show the beginning of the advent retreat in British Sign Language

An Advent Retreat in British Sign Language in collaboration with Pray as you go.

British Sign Language Advent Retreat 2014

Walter Ciszek SJ of the New York Province was trained as part of a mission for the re-evangelisation of the Soviet Union in the 1930’s.

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William Strickland SJ

William Strickland SJ was one of the Jesuits who ensured the continuity of the Society of Jesus during the Suppression (1773-1814)

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Charles Plater Sj and his bulldog Jimmy

Unexpected records about a bulldog called Jimmy found in the Jesuits in Britain Archives

A bulldog called Jimmy
Refugees in the Mediterranean

JRS Europe says the EU must not ignore the plight of African migrants fleeing across the Mediterranean.

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Focus on..

Pause for prayer

  • Homily for the Requiem Mass of Fr Gerard W Hughes SJ by Fr Brendan Callaghan SJ

    Homily for the Requiem Mass of Gerard W Hughes SJ

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  • Blessed Rupert Mayer SJ - November's reflection

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  • St Alphosus Rodriguez by Gebhard Erohlich SJ

    St Alphonsus Rodriguez SJ, a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ

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  • Silent prayer, an image of prayerful gratitude

    In The Lord I'll Be Ever Thankful

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  • Reflection: Blessed Miguel Pro SJ, anniv. of the restoration

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  • Reflection: Henri de Lubac SJ for the anniv. of the restoration

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Our People

  • Kensy Joseph

    Kensy Joseph SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 2007. Kensy studied philosophy in India and did his regency in Ireland. He has started studying for a BD in theology at Heythrop College.

  • 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.
  • Fr James Quinn SJ 1919-2010

    James Quinn SJ

    James Quinn will be remembered best as the writer of dozens of popular hymns, composed as a liturgical response to the Second Vatican Council. He lived in Scotland for most of his life.