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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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.

Can Jesus make a difference?

July 7, 2021

Many people cannot face the possibility of the real Jesus making a difference.

BBC explores Ignatian Spirituality (come and try it for yourself)

September 27, 2021

Check out this programme about our founder, St Ignatius of Loyola, and why his spirituality matters.

The Ignatian Year continues this month with a play written and performed by Jesuits

July 22, 2021

Join us for The Ignatian Year to find out more about our founder, St Ignatius of Loyola.