On Red Wednesday, SFX Church pastoral assistant, Debbie Reynolds, helped launch JRS UK Christmas Card campaign at Notre Dame Catholic College.
Congratulations to Fr Tony Horan SJ who celebrated his 90th birthday on Sunday.
Wednesday 28th November is ‘Red Wednesday’, a day to show solidarity with our Christian brothers and sisters suffering persecution throughout the world. Various Jesuit works make a stand on this day.
Fr Jim Conway SJ is returning to Guyana this week to help run the pre-synod meeting of the eastern region of Amazonia.
Bishop Paul McAleenan, lead Bishop for migration, joined the Detention Outreach team of the Jesuit Refugee Service for a visit to the Heathrow Immigration Removal Centres.
Investing in education and vocational training can travel further than investment in infrastructure, a new research shows from the analysis of Jesuit missions in Latin America.
Jesuit philosopher Fr Gerard J. Hughes SJ has been honoured for his contribution to the teaching of philosophy through the awarding of inaugural prizes in his name this autumn.
The novices of Britain and Ireland have just returned from their autumn work experience placements, known in Jesuit jargon as “experiments”.
English Jesuit Thomas Stephens SJ has been the subject of a BBC Radio 3 Sunday Feature documentary.
Nine members of the Justice in Mining network have travelled last week to Johannesburg to participate in the Thematic Social Forum on Mining and the Extractivist Economy.