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In this season of remembrance and reflection we invite you to light virtual candles in memory of your loved ones.

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There are currently a few vacancies in London and Manchester

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From the Archives: Armistice and the Legacy of the First World War

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JM volunteer Ellie Clark starts her six months teaching in Dodoma

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Chris Brolly reflects on how entering into another’s lived experience energised his faith journey

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Our People

  • Patrick Purnell Sj

    Patrick Purnell SJ

    Patrick hailed from Cardiff where he was born on 28 November 1923. He first encountered the Jesuits at school – Mount St Mary's College, Spinkhill near Sheffield – and decided to explore his vocation at St Beuno’s in North Wales, at the age of just 17 (September 1941).
  • Stephen Power SJ

    Stephen Power SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1980. Br Stephen has spent many years working in JRS several African countries before moving to Rome as assistant international director. He was appointed province treasurer in 2010.

  • St Robert Bellarmine SJ

    Robert Bellarmine SJ

    St Robert Bellarmine SJ was a 16th century Italian Jesuit theologian who became a cardinal and was canonised by Pope Pius XI in 1930.