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Fr Mitchell addresses the London Citizens

St Anselm’s Living Wage campaign for Heathrow

17 Nov 2017

West London Citizens and St Anselm’s Jesuit parish in Southall have achieved a break-through in their campaign for Living Wages at Heathrow Airport.

Cover image Pope Francis and T Smolich SJ

Jesuits and Friends winter edition out now

17 Nov 2017

Don’t forget to pick up your free copy of the winter edition of Jesuits and Friends, available from this weekend in our parishes, chaplaincies and schools.

Five novices

Novices on experiment

16 Nov 2017

Please pray for our five novices as they embark today for their various "experiments", a key stage in their journey towards taking their First Vows.

Mike O'Driscoll (L) and friends

30 years on the streets

16 Nov 2017

This year St Ignatius, Stamford Hill marks running a soup run for thirty years. Its founder reflects over the time.  

Fr Frederic Fornos SJ

Click to Pray at Web Summit

15 Nov 2017

Click to Pray, the official app for the prayer intentions of the Holy Father, promoted by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, was nominated for an award at the world’s biggest Web Summit

Jesuit to lead Truth Commission

14 Nov 2017

Fr Francisco de Roux SJ has been chosen to lead Colombia’s Truth Commission. The commission seeks to establish the truth behind half-a-century of armed conflict with the Marxist FARC guerrillas.

Kensy Joseph SJ makes his promise of obedience

Kensy Joseph ordained deacon

13 Nov 2017

Please pray for Kensy Joseph SJ who was ordained to the diaconate on Saturday 11th November at Holy Name Church Manchester by the Right Rev John Arnold, Bishop of Salford.

Red Wednesday and Edmund Campion

10 Nov 2017

Red Wednesday will be marked on November 22nd nationwide as an act of solidarity with persecuted Christians. St Edmund Campion's rope in Stonyhurst reminds us of our own country's history of persecution of Catholics. 

A Living Wage Celebrated

09 Nov 2017

The new living wage rates are announced. The Jesuits in Britain, as living wage employers, reflect on the gap between businesses and charities in paying the living wage. 

The Jesuit who revolutionized rice production

08 Nov 2017

Fr Henri de Laulanié SJ worked as a missionary in Madagascar and realised how important rice was to livelihood. Twelve years after his death, the system he pioneered is critical to anti-hunger strategies in various parts of the world.

 

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