What does 'the common good' mean? Check out this new D'Arcy Lecture

May 5, 2021

‘The Common Good’ is increasingly heard in the discussion of law’s purpose, and in the critique of contemporary politics. What does it mean?

In this first D’Arcy Lecture, brought to you by Campion Hall, Revd Dr Patrick Riordan explores the philosophical and theological sources of the concept, from Aristotle’s introduction of the notion in his Politics, and its adoption in Christian Theology, to being a pillar of Catholic Social Teaching today.

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Jesuits welcome Prince Charles to icon exhibition at Farm Street Church

February 1, 2022

The Metamorphosis exhibition is open to the public and runs until Wednesday 9th February.

Some Synod Scenarios: A view from Liverpool

September 28, 2021

Learn more about how the Archdiocese of Liverpool navigated the Synod journey.

Can you find time to say the rosary to honour Mary?

May 25, 2021

With Covid restrictions in place, a parishioner at Farm Street came up with a way to honour Mary.

Jesuit school part of ‘Gold and Glory’ exhibition at Hampton Court Palace

August 23, 2021

Stonyhurst College has lent the Henry VII Chasuble, among other artefacts.