Peter Scally SJ, Parish Priest of Sacred Heart Edinburgh at the Jesuit Parishes conference

Jesuits work alongside lay people, those of other faiths and backgrounds.

Working together with others
Pope Francis laughing

Jesuits are... Men of the Spiritual Exercises

What are the Spiritual Exercises?
Two young Jesuits, mountain walking

Living a Jesuit Life, by witnessing to Christ in our world and being men for others.

Responding to the Call
Fr Jim Conway giving a blessing with a parishioner outside St Ignatius parish, Stamford hill

Helping people to meet Christ in their daily lives.

Who we are: Companions and Followers
Fr General, Adolfo Nicholás SJ

Living the message of the Gospel at the crossroads and on the frontiers.

Why Jesuits are needed today

Video

  • Pope Francis discussed vocations to the priesthood during his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square on March 26.

    "The Lord calls each one who wants to become a priest... If any of you has this desire in his heart, it is Jesus who has put it there... Care for this invitation"

    Video from the Catholic News Service on Youtube.

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What's happening

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  • Reflection: Alberto Hurtado SJ for the anniv. of the restoration

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  • William Fitzmaurice SJ 1877-1945

    Fr Fitzmaurice SJ On Witnessing An Execution

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  • The Introduction to a series of four podcast reflections on the life of St Ignatius Loyola as seen through The Spiritual Exercises.

    Introduction to St Ignatius and the Spiritual Exercises

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Our People

  • Dermot Preston SJ

    Dermot Preston SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1979. Dermot was appointed provincial in 2011. His previous jobs have included Socius, Regional Superior in Guyana and chaplain in the University of Cape Town. He lives in the Mount Street community.
  • Michael Smith SJ

    Michael Smith SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1963. For 9 years Mike was superior and director of the Southwell House Youth Project. He is currently superior of the Glasgow community, Director of the Ogilvie Centre, school chaplain to St Aloysius College and is the province Safeguarding Officer.
  • Edmund Campion SJ

    Edmund Campion SJ

    Born in London on 24 January 1540. Campion studied at Christ’s Hospital and St. John’s College, Oxford. Pioneering the English Mission, he arrived in London in June 1580 disguised as a jewel merchant.