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The Inaugural Landings Lecture will take place on Tuesday 7 March 2017

How can we welcome back the spiritually wounded?

21 Feb 2017

The Inaugural Landings Lecture by Fr Christopher Jamison OSB will take place in Farm Street Church Hall on Tuesday 7 March 2017 at 7pm.

A 'constructive' discussion with Sean Anstee at Trafford Council

Manchester Citizens meet with Mayoral Candidate

20 Feb 2017

Greater Manchester Citizens UK and other community and faith groups have met with the Conservatives' Mayoral Candidate to discuss local social justice issues.

The theme for the 2017 Award is 'A New[er] Hope'

Hollywood and Hope: deadline approaches for students' films

18 Feb 2017

The deadline for submissions for the 2017 Insight Student Filmmakers Award is 31 March 2017.

Andreas Muñoz as Iñigo (Ignatius of Loyola) in the film

Soldier, sinner, saint: the life of St Ignatius on film

17 Feb 2017

The film Ignacio de Loyola is being shown at the Regent Street Cinema in London on 9 April 2017.

Inspired by the Spirituality of St Ignatius Loyola

CLC 2017: spiritual growth and partnership

16 Feb 2017

How Ignacia Arteaga of the London Magis group sees CLC developing in the year ahead.

The Debating Group join Honor and James at St Aloysius College

Glasgow College's Public Speaking successes recognised

15 Feb 2017

Before they leave St Aloysius College at the end of this school year, Honor McWilliams and James Frazier have been thanked for their contribution to the Public Speaking Club.

The Philippines Provincial Fr Antonio Moreno SJ. Credit: Rick Flores

Philippines Jesuits against the death penalty

14 Feb 2017

The Jesuits in the Philippines have added their voice to the country's bishops in condemning the restoration of the death penalty.

The right to rent rules would result in a hostile environment for everyone, warns JRS UK

A toxic act that will lead to homelessness

13 Feb 2017

JRS UK's response to a report today from the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) into the ‘Right to Rent’ scheme. It says it is likely to affect the most vulnerable in society, particularly asylum seekers who would face homelessness and destitution.

The secondary school in Dolakha District is handed over at the morning assembly. Credit: NJSI

Nepal earthquakes: restored school is handed over

13 Feb 2017

Latest report from the Jesuits in Nepal: news of a secondary school restored and re-opened in Dolakha District.

The Catholic agencies have called for political action and prayer

Our duty to protect refugees - especially children

11 Feb 2017

The Jesuits in Britain have added their voice to criticism of the UK Government’s decision to cancel plans to bring 3,000 refugee children to the UK as part of the Dubs Amendment scheme.


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