The Jesuits in Britain Archives is full of letters – personal correspondence, circulars, letters to and from Fr Provincial and Fr General, annual letters in Latin, postcards and Christmas cards. There are letters from Guyana, South Africa, Jamaica, India, Maryland, Rome, from all parts of Britain and, it seems, from all corners of the world. Assistand Archivist, Sally Kent, delves into the Archives to find out more.
Tim Byron SJ was surprised to find out that a night in the theatre would explore contemporary mystical experiences. 'Against' is an absorbing new play in London which asks the question - what if God spoke to a tech billionaire?
This year, September 28 will mark the second year of UNESCO’s International Day for Universal Access to Information (or Access to Information Day). With this in mind, we take a moment to reflect on the work of the Jesuits in Britain Archives, and how we play a small part in Access to Information Day every day, by making our records available.
Near the end of this month, Friday, 29th September, we celebrate the Feast of St. Michael, St. Gabriel and St. Raphael, and with them all the angels. That has prompted me to ask :How many angels are there in Farm Street Church?
It was 'vow day' last Saturday, after two years as novices, a time of testing to see if God has called them to join the Society of Jesus, three men were invited by their provincials to take simple and perpetual public vows. One of them, Stephen Noon entered the novitiate from the cut