Stephen Noon is a British Jesuit novice on an urban pilgrimage of Dublin, as part of a short experiment to go beyond his comfort zone and to test his vocation.
An appeal to erect a permanent memorial to St John Ogilvie at Glasgow Cross will be officially launched on at 3pm on Sunday 23rd July at the Cathedral Cloisters, Clyde St.Glasgow.
Early this month the World Union of Jesuit Alumni met at John Carroll University in Cleveland Ohio. The theme of Congress was “Uniting Our Jesuit Frontiers: To Know God, To Love God, To Serve God.”
René de los Reyes SJ sets off today to join the Canadian Canoe Pilgrimage. The 1500 mile, 30 day pilgrimage is an initiative of the Jesuits in Canada to promote a deeper intercultural dialogue and understanding.
July, Manchester/London/LA – The winner of the Insight Film Festival Student Filmmaker Award 2017, proudly supported by the Jesuits in Britain, is Ben Capener with “CherryBerry”.
The summer edition of The Way is now available.
Two exceptionally rare manuscript maps made by the Italian Jesuit missionary to China Matteo Ricci for the Chinese imperial court, went under the hammer at Christie’s in London yesterday.
The ‘faith that does justice internship’ is a new initiative of Jesuit Missions (JM) and the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), providing paid work experience.
Students at Stonyhurst celebrated their successes last week, as results for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme were published across the world.
On World Chocolate Day we were slightly surprised to find a mention of the Jesuits in the Daily Express’s Top Ten facts about Chocolate.