J&f 100

South Sudan is one of the most challenging countries in which the Jesuits work. Despite gaining independence in 2011, by 2013 a new civil war had broken out between the armed forces and the Nuer militias.In the midst of this situation, Loyola Secondary School in Wau strives to continue providing a stable source of education in one of the country’s main rebel areas. The school was forced to close in 1984, just two years after opening, owing to the outbreak of war, and it was then occupied by the...
The magazine of the Jesuits in Britain is celebrating its 100th issue this summer with a trip down memory lane.This 100th edition of Jesuits and Friends has a fold-out central section, with a timeline reviewing the past 99 issues.Looking back over the last 100 issues in the archives was an interesting exercise for the current editorial team. As the current Editor, Fr Paul Nicholson SJ, put it, “memories have been stirred and half-forgotten events recalled – did he really look like that? What...