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Father, we pray for loving and generous hearts for ourselves and those we love.

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From the Archives: Fr James Etheridge arrives in Guyana

Find out about the origins of the Guyana Mission
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Tim Byron SJ discusses the pitfalls of empathy and how to use St Ignatius' rules to discern the right path.

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Training on Wimbledon Common

The Jesuit Missions 2018 London Marathon team gets into training.

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To mark International Women's Day we launch a new series of reflections from the women of the cross.

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Our People

  • Tim Byron SJ

    Tim Byron SJ

    Currently chaplain to the Universities of Manchester, and priest at the Holy Name Church, Manchester. Became a Jesuit in 1998. Tim has previously taught and been chaplain in Wimbledon College and St Ignatius College.
  • James Campbell SJ

    James Campbell SJ

    James became a Jesuit in 1986 after a decade long career studying and working in environmental management. He has recently completed his PhD in canon law.

  • Frank Turner SJ

    Frank joined the Jesuits in 1974 and for much of that time has focussed on international relations first as an advisor to the Bishops of England and Wales and then in Brussels. He now lives in London.