Well, a long time ago, when I was young and foolish, I decided that I wanted to be a Jesuit. And so with a number of other similarly foolish young men, I went on a retreat for seven days to pray and reflect about whether or not the Lord was actually calling me to be a Jesuit.
Stella Maris was a monthly magazine published from 1913 until 1969. During the Second World War the emphasis of the magazine change from being a magazine for the Catholic Home to a magazine for the Forces. Archives Assistant Lucy explores how the publication's artwork evolved with this change in focus.
Next month alumni of Beaumont College will travel to the battlefield of Verdun to commemorate the Beaumont Old Boys who fought and died in the First World War. The Jesuits in Britain Archives discover the tremendous services and sacrifices made by Old Beaumont boys.
This Sunday, 14 runners are taking on the challenge of the London Marathon for Jesuit Missions. The funds they raise will support young people struggling to survive in one of the most volatile regions in the world.