From the Archives: Revisiting 'Chaplains' Weekly' for Remembrance Day

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Praying hands covered in dry paint

Our new series, Praying with Art. We offer a painting in the hope that it will enable you to reflect more deeply on a particular passage of scripture.

Our new prayer series
Remembering All Souls

We pray for the souls of those we love who are no longer with us.

Light a candle for them
Kensy Joseph SJ diaconate ordination

Congratulations to Kensy Joseph SJ who was ordained deacon in Manchester on Saturday

Stories & Photos
St Pierre Favre Jesuit community in Paris

Chris Brolly SJ describes his Jesuit community and formation in Paris.

Fraternity in formation

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Pause for prayer

  • Hands dirtied in paint held out open as if praying

    Introduction to Praying with Art

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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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Our People

  • Henry Longbottom SJ

    Henry Longbottom SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 2011. After taking his first vows in 2013, Henry is now studying philosophy at Heythrop and lives in the Clapham community.
  • 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 at Campion Hall in Oxford.

  • Jim Crampsey SJ

    James Crampsey SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1964. Jim has taught in Heythrop and was a superior before being appointed provincial in 1993. Following his provincialate he worked in Southall parish and at present he is superior and director of the Lauriston Jesuit Centre in Edinburgh.