Two goregous exhibitions have finally opened in London, made possible by important Jesuit loans.
Learn more about how to interpret major decisions and daily experience the Jesuit way.
Refugee friends and supporters shared their creative writing talent.
There are many interesting articles in the summer edition of the Jesuit magazine.
A kingdom of truth and life, a kingdom of holiness and grace, a kingdom of justice, love and peace.
The conference explored the impact of environmental degradation on women.
The event will showcase the writing talent of refugee friends supported by Jesuit Refugee Service.
Father Denis Blackledge went on a 24-hour protest fast to raise awareness of the issue.
Pope Francis asks us to pray for young people who are getting married. Read the reflection here.
Youngest ever Senior Research Fellow at Campion Hall will also teach at Blackfriars.
We were honoured to have the British Ambassador to The Holy See come and share her stories with us.
Contemplating the Holy Trinity, we are helped by those who have had the faith and lived by it.
With Covid restrictions in place, a parishioner at Farm Street came up with a way to honour Mary.
This year marks the 500th anniversary since the start of St Ignatius of Loyola's spiritual journey.
The Holy Spirit speaks to us, through the apostles, in a language we can all understand.
Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ points towards the importance of solidarity with the earth.
This year we are celebrating the religious conversion of St Ignatius of Loyola. Come and join us!
How did a vain Basque nobleman and soldier fixated on worldly glory become a Catholic saint?
Jesuits call for fair and equitable vaccine allocation.
We can feel ourselves summoned by Jesus, out of the blue, from the substitutes’ bench.
Check out this free concert at Farm Street Church
A new book celebrates 500 years of the Society of Jesus.
This year marks the 45th anniversary of the death of Father Leo O'Hea SJ (1881–1976).
In Barmouth, Michael Portillo encounters a group of Jesuits.
‘The Common Good’ is increasingly heard, but what does it mean? Watch the lecture.
The Edinburgh Jesuit Centre is delighted to announce three talks about St Ignatius of Loyola.
Tesco has committed today to increase its sales of healthier food and drink.
We invite you to get to know the very human mother of Jesus from the Scripture
The Jesuits in Britain have marked the birthday of the imprisoned Indian Jesuit, Fr Stan Swamy.