Explore the latest issue of Jesuits & Friends

July 9, 2024

In this summer issue of Jesuits & Friends we look at the partnerships that make our mission possible. For example, Jesuit Missions UK introduces us to the Xavier Network, a global network of like-minded counterparts helping to bring development projects to life in India, Myanmar and East Africa, as well as other locations where the need is greatest.

Lay partners and alumni are also a vital part of the global Jesuit network, and there are articles about both in this issue. Other articles include an equine take on the life of St John Ogilvie SJ and the Jesuit connection to D-Day.

In our lead article, we ask the crucial question, from a Jesuit perspective: What should the priorities of the new UK government be? Here is a short excerpt from that article:

“Pope Francis gives us a different vision of how to build a society in which we can all flourish, calling us to welcome women, men and children who are forced to flee their homes. And he rightly notes that how we respond to refugees says a something important about who we are. Our society appears increasingly divided by a politics that scapegoats outsiders.”

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Don’t run away from a good cause, run for a good cause

May 3, 2023

Now the aches have gone, three runners reflect on their experience of running the London Marathon

Jesuit priest working in earthquake-ravaged Syria appeals for support

February 19, 2024

“Syria has been forgotten. It is like Gaza without the headlines” - Fr Tony O’Riordan SJ

Rest in Peace Fr Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ

October 18, 2023

Read the Times obituary of this motorbike-riding Jesuit priest who ran refugee camps

The Newman Lecture 2021 - Human Rights: A Moral Language for Our Times

November 26, 2021

Campion Hall warmly invites you to this year's Newman Lecture, given by Professor Linda Hogan