JFSJ

OriginsThe Jesuit Fund for Social Justice (JFSJ) was established in 1992 by the then Provincial of the British Jesuits. He intended the Fund to be at the disposal of Jesuits working in Britain in social justice ministry, and to enable other Jesuits to become involved in new social justice works. JFSJ has supported Jesuits in many varied projects: refugee work, homelessness, reconciliation, and much more.Today the social justice work of the Society of Jesus in Britain involves more than...
The 'Talk English' group on their educational day out in Liverpool
A group in Preston that provides a ‘Talk English’ programme for refugees and people seeking asylum has received a boost from the Jesuit Fund for Social Justice. This community project is supported by people from many different Catholic parishes and other Christian churches in the town, including the Jesuit parish of St Wilfrid’s in Preston. The ‘Talk English’ programme is staffed by local volunteers who – after a short learning session – provide...