According to BBC Mundo, Jesuit Fathers Javier Campos, 79, and Joaquin Mora, 80, were shot dead on June 20 last year. Despite the threat to his safety, Father Esteban Cornejo has refused to leave the parish where the two priests were killed. He says: "I'm staying because I'm living a life that's more alive when death is". You can read an interview with Father Esteban on the BBC Mundo website here (the interview is in Spanish but there is the option to translate into English).
The Metamorphosis exhibition is open to the public and runs until Wednesday 9th February.
Father Tony O’Riordan described the scenes as "the deepest levels of hell".
We have signed a statement along with 601 other investors urging world governments to do more!
The Jesuit-run chaplaincy serves three large academic institutions, including Manchester University.