Farm Street

‘Jesuits have much to teach modern business about morality’. This is the title of an article published in the Financial Times on 26th March 2015, just two weeks after Philip Green sold BHS for £1, a move which put thousands of jobs and pensions at risk.For the author of the article (respected financial journalist Daniel Ben-Ami) the Jesuit approach to accounting is successful because it provides ‘a means of reflecting on possible futures, rather than just an accurate representation of financial...
Leonard Chiti
Jesuit Missions is delighted to welcome Fr Leonard Chiti SJ to the UK in September. Fr Leonard is the Provincial Superior of the Zambia-Malawi Province and former Coordinator of the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network and Director of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection in Lusaka, Zambia.Fr Leonard will speak at various Jesuit schools and parishes during his visit about the effects of climate change on food production in Zambia. He will look at ways in which Zambia can develop their...
Irene, Fr Dominic Robinson SJ, Ian and Karen at the Pilgrimage Party
A group of parishioners and volunteers from Farm Street Church joined the Westminster Diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes. The journey started on 21st July, with the different parishes, chaplaincies and the youth services travelling to the sanctuary by air and train. Cardinal Vincent Nichols welcomed the pilgrims in France and at home with a video. A reflection for each day was shared by various bishops and priests. Throughout the pilgrimage, more videos were shared on Facebook and Twitter with live...
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A Canadian TV crew came to Farm Street on Monday 3rd June for a documentary about Farm Street Church’s old east window which was transferred to St Agnes’ Church, Lac-Mégantic, Quebec in the early 1910s.While the old glass was installed in the small town, in 1912 the window over the high altar at Farm Street Church was reglazed to a new design which kept the same theme of the Tree of Jesse but was in a different style with a large image of Our Lady in the centre.In 2013, Lac-Mégantic suffered a...
Please join Farm Street's annual pilgrimage to England’s National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk, led by Fr Dominic Robinson SJ. The day includes prayers and talks en route, visits to the Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Anglican shrines, walking the Holy Mile and free time.PROGRAMMECoach departing from Mount Street at 8:30am, returning there via drop-off at Victorian Station at approximately 8pmCOSTCoach and buffet lunch: £35, cash or cheque made payable to FARM STREET CHURCH...
Photo credit: Servizio Fotografico - Vatican Media
On Ash Wednesday, 6 March 2019, 16 pilgrims, who were taking part in the 3rd LGBT+ Catholics Westminster Pilgrimage to Rome, had privileged seats at the morning Papal Audience in St Peter's Square. At the end of the General Audience the group, which included parents and family members alongside LGBT Catholics with Pilgrimage Chaplain, Fr David Stewart SJ, was invited to meet Pope Francis.The Pilgrimage Leader, Martin Pendergast, a member of the LGBT+ Catholics Westminster Pastoral Council,...
Tim Schmalz, sculptor of the Homeless Jesus, will speak about his art and his faith with special reference to his challenging statue.Admission freeHomeless Jesus at Farm Street Church Download the Poster
Melanie McDonagh
A Tablet event in conjunction with Stonyhurst College (part of the Stonyhurst 425 Lenten lectures series)Join us at Farm Street, for an evening with Melanie McDonagh as she explores the role of Catholic education in the modern world.Followed by Q&As – Drinks and canapés - Book salesMelanie McDonagh is an Irish journalist based in London and a senior leader-writer for the London Evening Standard.Stonyhurst is the UK’s leading co-educational Catholic boarding and day school for 3-18 year olds...
The unveiling of a memorial for seven Jesuit martyrs at St Giles-in-the-Fields marked a true ecumenical moment. On Sunday 20th January, friends and representatives of the Catholic community and of the wider church gathered together with members of the Anglican community at the West End parish for a choral evening prayer and the dedication by Fr Dominic Robinson SJ, parish priest of Farm Street, of the commemorative plaque.“We don’t come to faith from a vacuum, but rather from a tradition”...
Holy Name Church, Manchester
Wednesday 28th November is ‘Red Wednesday’, a day to show solidarity with our Christian brothers and sisters suffering persecution throughout the world. Aid to the Church in Need invites everyone to join the campaign by doing something peaceful and positive: unite in prayer, wear red, light the church in red, organise activities or attend  themed events already in place – which could be easily searched through a map on the organisation’s website.Several Jesuit works make a stand on...

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