Jesuits & Friends Spring 2018 edition published

Cover J&F issue 99

The Spring edition of Jesuits and Friends has been published and should be delivered to individual subscribers this weekend.  It is available to read online and will be available in parishes, schools, chaplaincies and spirituality centres from next week.

The cover of the Spring edition features architects’ drawings of the Holy Name Church in Manchester, now being restored. 

We have a report on the Jesuit links to the Citizens UK movement which involves many of our parishes, and from JRS an article on life in an immigration detention centre.

Jesuit Missions reports from Nepal, Chad and the Philippines where your support has changed lives; while a JM volunteer has her life changed in Tanzania. 

We begin a new series focusing on the Jesuit Pupil Profile and how its pairs of values are lived out in our Jesuit schools.  First up is St Aloysius College in Glasgow with Curious and Active.

Frances Murphy tells the stories of two Jesuits who have made headlines as political mediators in recent months, and reflects on a decade of online publishing with our journal Thinking Faith.

Finally, Kensy Joseph SJ reflects on another step in our series on Jesuit formation – the diaconate.

If you would like to receive a copy of Jesuits and Friends delivered to your home you can subscribe via the Jesuit Missions Contact form.  You can also read the magazine online.