Thanks to Professor CSP Hunter renewing his support, the scholarships will continue!
Lots to read in this edition of J&F, including words from our new provincial, Peter Gallagher SJ
"Renewing our desire to be in the presence of the Lord, to listen to him and to adore him"
"Forcibly removing people to Rwanda would achieve nothing except to violate their basic rights"
This Thursday marks the 34th anniversary of the martyrdom in San Salvador of six Jesuits
Can you help promote the integral ecology work of the Jesuits in Britain and their partners?
A portrait of Fr John Sullivan SJ was blessed in an ecumenical ceremony at Farm Street Church
Passionate about Jesuit spirituality and want to work in a world-renowned spirituality centre?
Jesuit Missions launches its latest campaign today calling for climate justice at COP28
This telephone helpline aimed at those interested in connecting with the Church has a new website
With the conflict in the Middle East raging, the Pope has called for a day of fasting and prayer
Read the Times obituary of this motorbike-riding Jesuit priest who ran refugee camps
Could you lead the fundraising strategy for this international mission and development organisation?
Safe and stable accommodation is, increasingly, one of the most pressing challenges for friends.
As the conflict in the Middle East rages, we offer a prayer guide for international disasters.
Fr Dominic Robinson SJ shares his thoughts on the Pope's latest apostolic exhortation
A conference to mark the 400th anniversary of the founding of the Jesuit Province in Britain
Laudate Deum’s moral call for action rediscovers the spirit of integral ecology.
Manchester Universities Catholic Chaplaincy sparkled with vitality as the new academic year began
Information Professional is the magazine for Information, Knowledge and Library workers.
A Requiem Mass will be held in Paris and livestreamed. Read the article for more details.
This special Mass to mark the anniversary was celebrated at Farm Street Church in London
The state of Nicaragua has confiscated all Jesuit property including its buildings and funds.
Five years ago Pope Francis invited Jesuits to share the gift of discernment with the Church
Peter O' Sullivan was ordained a priest at Farm Street Church, home of the British Jesuits
Former staff and alumni of Heythrop College visited the new Heythrop Library
Jesuits were mentioned at prayers given at Canterbury Cathedral on the Eighth Sunday After Trinity
The podcast is inspired by a sixteenth century soldier-turned-saint, Ignatius of Loyola.
This is a full-time post leading the work of small and dynamic team.
The murder of two Jesuit priests in Mexico has shocked the world
Written by a Jesuit and performed by indigenous people
Jesuit priest, Fr Paul O'Reilly, has been nominated for an award for his work with the homeless.
This latest issue of The Way focuses on spiritual conversation
These will provide an important opportunity for scholars and practitioners to share and learn
Our peaceful attempt to hand a petition to the Indian High Commissioner was ignored
This paid role will involve assisting with our environmental, social and governance work
Please sign the petition and come along to the vigil at the Indian High Commission
Join JRS today at 3pm and participate in the London Legal Walk!
Learn about the outreach work being done through Farm Street Parish.
This artefact is on loan from the Jesuits in Britain and can be viewed in a new exhibition
The Holy Name welcomes new members into the Catholic Church, as well as Eucharistic Ministers
The team is looking for someone who can help communicate the vital work they are supporting globally
Ratcliffe College in Leicestershire has named their new English Centre in honour of Willie Doyle.
Are you passionate about Ignatian Spirituality and can help make it more widely available?
There was a book launch at Westminster Hall which included guest speakers from different faiths
We are joining a coalition urging investment managers to halt support for fossil fuel expansion
Jesuit Missions UK has been providing support in Lebanon to help those suffering from trauma
The Manchester Universities’ Catholic Society retreat was held at Savio House in the Peak District
A Jesuit scholastic of the British province shares his thoughts about diaconal ordination
Jesuit Refugee Service Syria continues to support those who have been affected.
On Saturday 13th May at 2.00pm (GMT), eight Jesuits will be ordained deacons in Paris
Now the aches have gone, three runners reflect on their experience of running the London Marathon
Fr Peter Gallagher SJ will be the next Provincial Superior of the Jesuits in Britain
The April 2023 issue, titled 'Labours of Love', includes articles by leading theologians
Father Arturo Sosa SJ was in the UK last week visiting Jesuit spiritual works and parishes
Brother Ken Vance SJ talks to BBC Radio on the day the Jesuits leave SFX Church in Liverpool
A week of guided prayer for all who have been affected by clerical abuse in the Catholic Church.
An Indian Jesuit priest was wrongly imprisoned for criticising the Indian government
Fr Denis Blackledge is retiring after 7 happy years serving the Everton parish of St Francis Xavier
Would you like access to the impressive collection of books and journals at Heythrop Library?
The disused army barracks in Kent has been repurposed as a quasi-detention centre for asylum seekers
Find reflections for each day of Holy Week with a new resource from St Beuno's Outreach.
Rob Marsh has written extensively on the Spiritual Exercises. This book brings his essays together.
Jesuit Missions hosted a fundraiser at Farm Street Church in central London to help those affected
In this issue, we celebrate the 400th anniversary of the British Province of Jesuits
Today marks ten years since the election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as head of the Catholic Church
Lucy spoke to Radio Maria England to mark International Women's Day
Fr Tony O'Riordan of the Jesuit Refugee Service spoke with the BBC about the situation on the ground
After two years in the Novitiate, Mikhael Ahmad professes his First Vows to the Society of Jesus
This is a new opportunity to present two pilot podcast series for Thinking Faith.
Michael Barrow, now 92-years-old, reflects on his 70+ years as a Jesuit
Father Tony O’Riordan described the scenes as "the deepest levels of hell".
In this episode, Laura Wright meets our very own Emma Holland, Producer of Pray As You Go
The London Jesuit Centre and Jesuit Young Adult Ministries are running a Lent retreat this year
Jesuit Missions UK has set up an appeal to help those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria
Dermot Preston is a Jesuit priest serving the parish and the poor in Newcastle.
Christopher Brolly spent two years teaching at a busy Jesuit school in London.
This homily was given by Fr Michael Holman SJ at Mount St Mary's College Chapel on 25th January 2023
Liverpool Hope University presented the award to Fr Denis Blackledge SJ upon his retirement
Jesuits, friends, and well-wishers packed the church for the fourth centenary celebration.
In this film we meet Matthew Power who is a Chaplain at Oxford University
This homily was given at Farm Street Church by Provincial Superior Fr Damian Howard SJ
In this film we meet Mikhael Ahmad who recently completed two years in the Jesuit Novitiate
Tune into Radio Maria England to hear a Jesuit priest speak on the legacy of Pope Emeritus Benedict
In this edition, we pay tribute to Jesuit priest, Joe Munitiz SJ, a wise and gentle scholar
The concert version was narrated by writer / director, Jonathan Moore, a supporter of the Jesuits
The Jesuits in Britain would like to pay tribute to the memory of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
This is a new opportunity to produce two pilot podcasts which will engage a younger audience
Refugees and volunteers celebrated together at the church following a 3-course meal
Student volunteers from the Manchester Universities’ Catholic Chaplaincy keep a local park clean
Carols by Candlelight is a hallmark Christmas celebration in the city of Manchester.
The shelter has been set up at Westminster Cathedral Hall in response to the freezing temperatures
These new scholarships are intended to fund Heythrop Library memberships for early career academics
The Jesuits have had a presence in Liverpool since the 16th century and the church opened in 1848.
The next parish priest will be a member of the Archdiocesan clergy.
South Sudan and Ethiopia have been forgotten amid the more dominant headlines of Ukraine and Covid
This is the third year since Jesuit Refugee Service UK launched Refugee Gifts. Please get involved!
The Society of Jesus is conducting a survey measuring the participation of women in its Works.
How one liturgical vestment explains the rise and fall of Catholic England.
Ukrainian Catholics, with help from the Jesuits, are welcoming many more people displaced by war.