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Education is one of the most critical areas of empowerment for women, according to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Among children not attending school in the developing world, there are twice as many girls as boys, and among illiterate adults there are twice as many women as men. However, studies strongly suggest that when women have the opportunity to gain an education a wide variety of positive things begin to happen.These issues will be addressed by Sr Lynne Baron FCJ on 9...
Fr Simon Bishop SJ will be leading a retreat-cum-holiday for young adults in July, with Sister MaryAnne Francalanza fcJ. Fr Bishop, who was Chaplain at the University of Oxford and is now Director of Spirituality for the Jesuits in Britain, says it will be a wonderful opportunity for young adults (18-30) who wish to take stock of their lives to enjoy a time of rest, while exploring ways of praying and of finding God more deeply in their lives. Sr MaryAnne was born in Malta and gained an MSc in...
My name is Sr. Anouska Robinson-Biggin fcJ.  I have been involved in Jesuit young adult ministry since 2008 and from April 2011 I have coordinated the First Sunday Plus Team.  The role expanded in October 2012 when I became Director of Young Adult Ministries, based at the Mount Street Jesuit Centre.  My work mainly involves coordinating the different aspects of a programme for young adults.  This includes coordinating the team of volunteers who help run the First and Third...