Rene de los Reyes SJ

Fr Arturo Sosa at breakfast with Rene De los Reyes, Richard Webster and other scholastics
Fr Arturo Sosa, Superior General of the Society of Jesus, has just returned from his first official visit in Canada, ahead of the erection of a single Canadian province this summer. The programme of the trip - which lasted twelve days - included attending the ordination of Jesuit priests and deacons in Toronto and Quebec City, as well as visits to Jesuit institutes and the Martyrs’ Shrine and Sainte-Marie among the Hurons.On the second day, the 19th of May, Fr Sosa spent some time at Regis...
The Ignatian way of proceeding alongside values received from my family shaped me into who I am today.My parents and grandparents are the beacon of my faith - their way of life was exemplary. Growing up in the Philippines in an environment of generosity, prayer, sacrifice, kindness, I became aware of being molded in their shape. I cherished the moments of being with them noticing the joy they gave to others. My father fought against the corrupt regime which oppressed the poor and the voiceless...
Canoe pilgrims in training Credit Canadian Jesuits
René de los Reyes SJ, a British Jesuit currently studying philosophy at Regis College in Toronto,  sets off today to join the Canadian Canoe Pilgrimage.  The 1500 mile, 28 day pilgrimage is an initiative of the Jesuits in Canada to promote a deeper intercultural dialogue and understanding during the year-long celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation.During the last five years, Canada has been engaged in uncovering the tragic history of residential schools through the...
Canoe pilgrims in training Credit Canadian Jesuits
René de los Reyes SJ, a British Jesuit currently studying philosophy at Regis College in Toronto,  reflects on his participation in the Canadian Canoe Pilgrimage.  The 1500 mile, 28 day pilgrimage is an initiative of the Jesuits in Canada to promote a deeper intercultural dialogue and understanding during the year-long celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation.A canoe trip in the Canadian wilderness is an adventure of a lifetime. The collective goal of the paddlers is...
Rene de los Reyes with Inner Turmoil at Farm St
“Churches which contain beautiful historical art have an understandable tendency to cling on to it and even parishes with little in the way of art have got out of the habit of considering the commission of new art”  explains Mike Quirke, one of the artists behind the Resurrection exhibition which was displayed at the Hurtado Centre and Farm Street Church hall over the last two weekends.“Exhibitions like this are very important to raise the profile of Christian art in a secular world, and...