Jesuits & Friends - Spring 2024

March 19, 2024

Contents

04 Amidst the conflict in the Holy Land, friendship is the horizon we should be aiming for, writes David Neuhaus SJ.

06 How did the events of 7 October 2023 change the life of Jerusalem? Anne and Simon Holland tell us.

08 Jesuit Missions' partners who were present at COP28 in Dubai give their verdict on its success.

10 Bishop Nicholas Hudson was in Rome for the Synod on Synodality.

12 If you're looking for a new way to pray, try John Paul de Quay's guide to the examen.

14 Denis Blackledge SJ gives us an insight into life in a unique Jesuit community.

15 Volunteering in Kyrgyzstan was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Matthew Barrett.

16 Prayer sustains the work of JRS UK, writes Eileen Cole.

18 Philip Harrison SJ is delighted that a Jesuit sculptor based at St Beuno's is bringing his work to a wider audience.

20 Giants of Jesuit history now have a special place at Farm Street Church, as Dominic Robinson SJ tells us.

22 Elaine Marshall invites us to celebrate Gerard Manley Hopkins.

23 Obituary; and praying with the pope.

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