Jesuit leadership, and the Jesuit Refugee Service, were both mentioned in the prayers of intercession at a sung eucharist at Canterbury Cathedral on Sunday 30th July. You can watch the clip here.
Speaking about the occasion, the global leader of the Jesuits, Fr Arturo Sosa SJ, said:
"On behalf of my brothers in the Society of Jesus and myself, I write to thank the Dean and congregation of Canterbury Cathedral for their prayers last Sunday. As Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin set out in their 2016 declaration, Rome and Canterbury share a certain but imperfect communion. By praying for one another and working together, for instance by helping and accompanying refugees, we move towards that perfect communion which we all desire."
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