Fr General Arturo Sosa SJ after being elected General at GC36

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

Why Jesuits are needed today
Dominic Robinson in a class of school children at the Bourj Hommoud School

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

Responding to the Call
Young Jesuit Scholastics praying with a group

Helping people to meet Christ in their daily lives.

Who we are: Companions and Followers
Pope Francis blesses small child - photo used from Catholic England and Wales flickr

Jesuits are... Men of the Spiritual Exercises

What are the Spiritual Exercises?
Fr James Conway SJ in Guyana

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

Working together with others

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  • Introduction - Meditations on the Love of God

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  • Br Guy Consolmagno SJ

    Eyes to the Heavens: Where a scientist finds God

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    Prayer at the School of St Ignatius

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Our People

  • Dominic Robinson

    Dominic Robinson SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1991. Dominic is the Superior in the Mount Street community and a member of the parish staff. He also teaches Theology at Heythrop and undertakes adult faith formation for Westminster diocese.

  • James Brodrick SJ

    James Brodrick was one of the Society’s great historians. He was ordanied in 1923 and lived most of his life in the House of Writers at Farm Street.

  • Gerard Lorriman SJ 1915 – 2011

    Gerard Lorriman SJ

    Gerry became a Jesuit aged 55 after a career as a chest doctor. Assigned to Cape Town in the 1980s he bore witness to and supported the struggle against apartheid. He was chaplain to prisoners on Robben Island and knew Nelson Mandela.