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Seven Fountains Sponsorship Programme

06 Jul 2018

Seven Fountains Sponsorship Programme assists poor students from North Thailand to receive an education. Fr David Townsend SJ, celebrating his 45th years since ordination, provided a detailed report of the Sponsorship Fund's first trip.

Women leading peace in Syria

05 Jul 2018

Jesuit Missions supports the Jesuit Refugee Service Middle East who have a centre in Damascus and Aleppo providing access to literacy workshops for women.

Tasting the formation treats of Penmaen Pool

04 Jul 2018

Eleven British Jesuits and their three counterparts from the Low Countries have recently gathered at Barmouth, Wales, for a formation gathering of sharing and reconciliation.

New definition of torture unable to protect torture survivors

03 Jul 2018

A controversial definition of torture for use in immigration detention has just come into force. The definition has been heavily criticised as inadequate to protect torture survivors from detention.

Heythrop Library relocating to Senate House

02 Jul 2018

Heythrop Collection of over 250,000 titles to be listed online and available at Senate House Library following Heythrop College Closure

Major new research institute at Campion Hall

02 Jul 2018

The Jesuits in Britain are pleased to announce that a new research institute called the Laudato Si’ Institute (LSI) is being established at Campion Hall, with formal opening in September 2019.

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Ordinations: a day of joy and celebration

30 Jun 2018

Saturday 30th June was a day of great joy and celebration for the Jesuits in Britain. Bishop Nicholas Hudson ordained two British Jesuits - Kensy Joseph SJ and Philip Harrison SJ  - at St Ignatius Church Stamford Hill.

Jesuits and Friends magazine is 100!

29 Jun 2018

The magazine of the Jesuits in Britain is celebrating its 100th issue this summer with a trip down memory lane.

Road to Tipling: story of the bravehearts

27 Jun 2018

The Somdang-Tipling Road, a major infrastructure project by the Jesuits in Nepal, allowed to connect the remotest village in Dading district in Nepal. We hear the stories of two of the people involved.

Mount 175 - A year of celebrations

26 Jun 2018

The past year has seen generations of Old Mountaineers, current families, staff past and present and the surrounding community join together for a wonderful year of anniversary celebrations, marking 175 years since Mount St Mary’s College first opened its doors. 


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