The Times of India carried a report titled “The Jesuits and the Mango” which describes how the Jesuits used their scientific expertise as a tool for evangelisation.
Thanks to a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the St Aloysius parish in Glasgow is helping refugees learn about the heritage of their new community.
The issue of The Way for April 2019 is now available.
The Faith in Politics interns of the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England and Wales have recently visited Rome to help them understand how the Church and the World are served by the Roman Curia.
The JECSE Formators Conference 2019 brought together the formators of Jesuit Schools across Europe in Manresa, Dublin, at the end of March.
The Jesuits in Britain are undertaking an audience survey. Please participate!
This weekend St Aloysius Jesuit parish in Glasgow will play host to the BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship for Palm Sunday which airs at 8.10am.
The Jesuit Refugee Service has launched the campaign #ThePowerofVote to remind voters of the power they have in the upcoming European Parliamentary elections to ensure protection for the rights of asylum seekers and refugees.
A group of young adults came together to engage with themes in the Pope's letter calling on all of humanity to 'Care for our Common Home'. The retreat was facilitated by the Laudato Si Community.
Stephanie Beech, Jesuit Missions Communications Officer, visited Stonyhurst College to give a parish appeal and joined the Stonyhurst Sprinters for a long run as part of the marathon team training.