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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Rest in Peace Fr Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ

October 18, 2023

Read the Times obituary of this motorbike-riding Jesuit priest who ran refugee camps

The ordination of a French Jesuit in London

July 28, 2021

Jesuits from the UK and France often study in each other's countries, and are sometimes ordained.

An update on the situation in Ukraine from those helping on the ground

May 13, 2022

An update on Ukraine from the Xavier Network (Jesuits working globally to promote justice)

Jesuits publish new book on the Spiritual Exercises

March 24, 2023

Rob Marsh has written extensively on the Spiritual Exercises. This book brings his essays together.