Front cover of Stella Maris, October 1946

From the Archives: Stella Maris and the Second World War

How the design of the Jesuit publication evolved over the course of the war
Candles in sand image from flickr by caffeinehit

We offer prayers for our children as they prepare for the sacraments and for exams. We especially pray for the children lost in Manchester on 22nd May.

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Tim Henman with Stonyhurst College students Credit @danmartino

Tim Henman opened the new Glassbrook Tennis Dome at Stonyhurst College.

Tennis excellence
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
Image by Peter Oswald used from

How many Jesuits does it take to find room for everyone?

Paul O'Reilly SJ re-tells the story

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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

  • Roger Dawson SJ, chaplain to Help for Heroes, with his bike.

    Roger Dawson SJ

    Roger became a Jesuit in 1996. He has a diploma in clinical psychology. He became Director of St Beuno's in April 2014. Roger is active for the charity Help for Heroes and is known as the pedalling padre.

  • Bl Ralph Corby SJ 1599-1644

    Ralph Corby SJ

    Ralph Corby was a Jesuit martyred in 1644 during the English Civil War.
  • Ged Clapson

    Ged Clapson

    Ged is the Communications Officer for the Jesuits in Britain and is based at the Curia (head office) in Mount St, London.