Mass

Fr David Stewart SJ
Pope Francis said, in a powerful and outspoken intervention reported on Friday, that "The presence of God today is also called 'Rohingya'." This of course was the word that he had carefully avoided using while he was in Myanmar. This came in Bangladesh, to where he had next travelled. The report had it that he next said: "Maybe we can't do much for you, but your tragedy has a place in our hearts. For those who have hurt you, and above all the indifference of the world, I ask your forgiveness."...
Dancers at the 2015 migrants' mass at St George's Cathedral, Southwark
Jo Siedlecka from Independent Catholic News shares her experience of this year's Migrants Mass at Southwark Cathedral.There was a sea of colourful banners, flags and parasols at St George's Cathedral, Southwark on Monday as an international congregation of more than 1,500 people, many in their national dress, processed in for the annual Migrants Mass celebrating the Feast of St Joseph the Worker.Organised by London's three Catholic dioceses: Brentwood, Southwark and Westminster, with the ethnic...
The Jesuits in Britain are committed to developing the faith life of young adults.  We run a range of retreats, discussion groups, special services, weeks of guided prayer, and social justice volunteering  opportunities.Rooted in the Ignatian tradition we aim to provide opportunities for young adults (people aged 18-35) to experience Christ, understand Christ and ultimately live a life centred on Christ in our world. Young Adult Ministry MassesThe first Young Adult Mass began on...