From the Archives: we share some photographs of South America from Cary-Elwes' collection

View photographs
Lent Retreat Women of the Passion from Pray as you go and Sacred Space

Pray as you go and Sacred Space have prepared their Lent Retreat for 2015

join us in prayer
An article from Thinking Faith by Philip Endean SJ 'On Not Giving Up Too Easily'

'On Not Giving Up Too Easily' Will your chosen Lenten observance help you to grow as you journey towards Easter? by Philip Endean SJ

Read on Thinking Faith
Celebrating St John Ogilvie SJ

In the newest edition of Jesuits and Friends, we commemorate the 400th anniversary of the martyrdom of St John Ogilvie SJ

Spring 2015: Scotland's Martyr for the Faith

The Entrance to Heaven - as captured by a Manchester student on retreat.

The Entrance to Heaven

Focus on..

Pause for prayer

  • Spirituality Interviews at the Hurtado Jesuit Centre

    Listen now
  • Hospitality becomes sharing life

    Introduction to At Home, reflections on refugee homelessness

    Listen now
  • Homily for the Requiem Mass of Fr Gerard W Hughes SJ by Fr Brendan Callaghan SJ

    Homily for the Requiem Mass of Gerard W Hughes SJ

    Listen now
  • Blessed Rupert Mayer SJ - November's reflection

    Listen now
  • St Alphosus Rodriguez by Gebhard Erohlich SJ

    St Alphonsus Rodriguez SJ, a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ

    Listen now
  • Silent prayer, an image of prayerful gratitude

    In The Lord I'll Be Ever Thankful

    Listen now

Our People

  • James Hanvey SJ

    James Hanvey SJ

    James Hanvey joined the Jesuits in 1975 and was ordained in 1983. He is currently Master of Campion Hall, Oxford.
  • Dermot Preston SJ

    Dermot Preston SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1979. Dermot was appointed provincial in 2011. His previous jobs have included Socius, Regional Superior in Guyana and chaplain in the University of Cape Town. He lives in the Mount Street community.
  • Henry Morse SJ 1595-1645

    Henry Morse SJ

    St Henry Morse SJ was captured and imprisoned five times before being executed for treason in 1645. He was canonised in 1929 as one of the 40 martyrs of England and Wales.