A record number of runners is taking part in the London Marathon to raise funds for Jesuit Missions

Meet some of the Marathon team

We reflect on Walter Ciszek's book He Leadeth Me in the light of Holy Week, and giving everything to God.

Walter Ciszek SJ and Holy Week

'They are our brothers and sisters': Pope Francis' message after hundreds of migrants die at sea

The Pope's pain and prayers

The deportation of a General charged with 'terrorist murders' in El Salvador in 1989 has opened the path for his extradition to Spain.

Is justice closer for El Salvador's martyrs?

Watch part 2 of the St John Ogilvie SJ animation, now on YouTube

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Pause for prayer

  • Prayer at the School of St Ignatius

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  • St Nicholas Owen SJ - Biography and Last Confession

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  • The last letter of St John Ogilvie SJ

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  • Spirituality Interviews at the Hurtado Jesuit Centre

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  • Introduction to At Home, reflections on refugee homelessness

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  • Homily for the Requiem Mass of Gerard W Hughes SJ

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Our People

  • Andrea Kelly

    Andrea Kelly

    Hello. I’m Andrea Kelly and I first met the Jesuits in pre-Vatican II days via James Joyce and Portrait of the Artist – seriously scary stuff!
  • Bernard Vaughan SJ (1847-1922)

    Bernard Vaughan SJ

    Fr Vaughan became a Jesuit in 1866 and found fame delivering popular but controversial lectures. He was brother to Cardinal Vaughan and a friend of Edward VII.
  • 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.