Hot off the press - the latest issue of Jesuits & Friends!

March 20, 2023

In this issue of Jesuits & Friends...

04 The English Province of the Society of Jesus was established in 1623 - we look back at 400 years of history.

06 Another anniversary to celebrate: our friends reflect on ten years of Pope Francis.

09 Michael Holman SJ recalls the late Pope Benedict XVI's encouraging words to Jesuits.

10 The lessons of history inform and inspire Jesuit Missions in its work for a more just world.

12 Philip Harrison SJ welcomes the publication of a new book filled with spiritual wisdom.

14 How did the early Jesuits tackle corruption? John Paul de Quay charts their activities in Rome.

16 Fr Provincial, Damian Howard SJ, looks to the future of the Province through the lens of history.

17 Tom McGuinness SJ and Ken Vance SJ give us whistle-stop tours of historic Jesuit buildings.

18 The Jesuits in Britain are grateful for the ministry of Jesuits from other provinces: meet four of them.

20 The birthdays keep coming! JRS UK's thirty years have been characterised by change.

22 Edward de Quay explains how the Province is actively pursuing decarbonisation.

23 Fr Dominic Allain explains what the Grief to Grace project offers survivors of abuse.

24 Jesuit school sixth-formers have been thinking about good leadership, says Maria Neal.

25 Praying with the pope: Eddy Bermingham SJ.

26 Obituaries.

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Trustees meeting 10th December 2022 - safeguarding summary report

December 16, 2022

The minutes of our most recent safeguarding meeting.

A visit to Heythrop Library

August 3, 2023

Former staff and alumni of Heythrop College visited the new Heythrop Library

New book explores the resonances of Laudato Si’ with the Qur’an

May 23, 2023

There was a book launch at Westminster Hall which included guest speakers from different faiths

Support for Stella Maris (formerly called Apostleship of the Sea)

July 11, 2021

Stella Maris was founded 100 years ago in the Jesuit church of St Aloysius in Glasgow.