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Damian Howard SJ

Damian Howard SJ has been appointed Provincial Superior of the Jesuits in Britain by Fr General Arturo Sosa SJ.

The new Provincial
Rhetoric goes to the ball

Mount St Mary's celebrates 175 years of education in the Jesuit tradition.

Celebrating in style
A man holds a loaf of bread

“I am the living bread that has come down from heaven.” The two O'Reilly's and a poem on the feast of Corpus Christi

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Sketch from Fr Bernard Farrell's autograph book

From the Archives: 9 June is International Archives Day

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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

  • Peter Griffiths SJ

    Peter Griffiths SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1960. Peter has been superior for Stamford Hill and Mount Street. For years he was parish priest in Glasgow and moved to Stonyhurst as parish priest at the beginning of 2014.

  • Dominic Robinson

    Dominic Robinson SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1991. Dominic is the Superior in the Mount Street community and a member of the parish staff. He also teaches Theology at Heythrop and undertakes adult faith formation for Westminster diocese.

  • Edmund Arrowsmith SJ

    Edmund Arrowsmith SJ

    Born into a prominent recusant family in 1585, he became a Jesuit in 1624 and was martyred in 1628.