It has been a busy and productive few days at Farm Street Church.
Chaplains from nine UK Jesuit schools were joined by chaplains from two schools in the Ignatian family run by the Loreto Sisters for a three-day pilgrimage in the steps of St Ignatius.
The Government has recently published its results and Value Added Scores for 16-18 year old students studying A Levels in England, and Stonyhurst ranked first in Lancashire.
A hundred chaplains and pastoral coordinators involved in Jesuit secondary education - from 17 countries from all over Europe - gathered in Manresa for a JECSE Pastoral Conference.
The 2019 annual St Aloysius parish volunteers’ thanksgiving party fell on Burns night last week.
Government Ministers recognise Jesuit Refugee Service Ireland's Fáilte Project as 'a model of good practice'.
On the 24th January, Rt Rev John Arnold, Bishop of Salford, ordained Maximiliano Koch SJ to the diaconate at St Peter’s Stonyhurst.
The Oxford Catholic Chaplaincy held for the first time a “Vacations Projects Fair”, to offer students some exciting ways of using their vacations to be “men and women for others”, or “contemplatives in action”.
During the Sunday Angelus prayer in St Peter's Square, Pope Francis unveiled his very own user profile in Click To Pray, the official app of the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network.
St Joseph's RC Primary School’s attainment in the 2018 SATs was the highest in Lancashire. The school also achieved the seventh place in the Sunday Telegraph’s best 100 schools.