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The Way is an international quarterly journal of contemporary Christian spirituality, published by the Jesuits in Britain.  Through writing informed by critical and creative scholarship, it aims to provide a forum in which thoughtful Christians, from different walks of life and different traditions, reflect on God’s continuing action in human experience.Among particular concerns of The Way are:the role of spirituality in the struggle for justicethe spiritual issues raised by intercultural...
It is a characteristic Jesuit ministry to use imagination and creativity in what the Formula of the Institute calls, with great licence, "any other ministration whatsoever of the word of God".  Here in Britain, it is the task of Jesuit Media Initiatives to lead the way in this ministry by developing and implementing new ideas, initiatives and projects, using especially 'new media' such as the internet, CDs and DVDs, though not necessarily excluding the 'established media' of film and video...
As part of our social justice ministry the Jesuits in Britain bring together volunteers who are interested in social justice and faith. To find out more come to an open evening at the Mount Street Centre where you will have a chance to talk with current volunteers on Wednesday 15th March 2017 - pop in anytime from 6.30-8.  If you intend coming it would be helpful if you could let Elaine know using the contacts below.We gather together once a month to enable volunteers to reflect...
 The purpose of the Jesuit in Britain Archives is to collect, preserve and make available records concerning the Jesuits in Britain.  The Archive (Archivum Britannicum Societatis Iesu: ABSI) primarily holds records relating to the Jesuits in Britain. It is not, however, the only archive of the British Province. As well as small scale local collections, there are also significant holdings at Stonyhurst College, Lancashire and at Campion Hall, Oxford.  The collection at...
Heythrop College was established by the Jesuits in 1614 in Louvain, Belgium, for the study of philosophy and theology. In its 400 year history, it has been based in Liège (Belgium), Lancashire, Oxfordshire and London. A College of the University of London, Heythrop retains a modern Catholic ethos and offers an educational experience that respects all faiths and perspectives. In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, Heythrop also provides a resource for faith communities...
It is apparent to all who enter our school that St Joseph's is a Jesuit Catholic community where the teachings of Christ are followed. Every child, member of staff, parent and visitor is treated with respect. As a school, we are proud to serve our parish and the community by giving our pupils the very best start in their education. Our Jesuit identity is clear to all who visit.Our children's wellbeing and development is at the heart of all that we do. Our very experienced staff is dedicated to...
Donhead Lodge is Wimbledon College’s main feeder preparatory school, established in 1933. Over the past 80 years, the school has been enlarged and expanded quite considerably. The most notable developments in recent years occurred in 1993 when the Diamond Jubilee Building was opened; in 1997 when Donhead Lodge’s sports ground was purchased; in 2006 when the St Ignatius building development provided a new Changing Room, Multi-Purpose Hall, Art Room, Music Room and ICT Suite; and in 2010,...
The Jesuits in Britain developed a variety of ministries alongside the parish in Wimbledon. In 1892, they purchased Brackenbury’s, the Anglican Preparatory Military Academy, which had closed down in 1887 and re-opened it as Wimbledon College.  The school became a grammar school in 1944 and a comprehensive school in 1969, and over the ensuing years, has substantially increased its facilities. It is currently a state-maintained, voluntary aided (non-fee paying), secondary school for Catholic...
Mount St Mary’s junior school is Barlborough Hall, situated in Barlborough Park, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. The school was established in 1939, as the Preparatory School to Mount St. Mary’s Collegeand its on-site facilities include a swimming pool, dance studio, theatre, art and design rooms and specialist classrooms as well as a self-contained Nursery and early year’s department. While the curriculum is academically challenging, Balborough Hall also recognises the importance of all areas of a...
Mount St Mary’s College on the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire/South Yorkshire borders is a co-educational Jesuit independent boarding and day school for 11-18 year olds. While some its buildings date from earlier centuries, the main college was opened in 1842. In addition to its academic record, Mount St Mary's College is also proud of the pastoral care it offers pupils. Its extensive co-curricular programme encompasses societies, events, music lessons, drama productions, sports fixtures and other...

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