Jesuits in Oxford

Louise Richardson Cardinal Cormac Murphy- O'Connor
The old Irish greeting, Cead Mile Failte, “a hundred thousand welcomes” was clearly appropriate at Campion Hall on 13th May, when Oxford University’s recently appointed Vice-Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson FRSE formally graced the Hall at a Guest Night dinner.  Participants included some members of the Jesuit community and other guests who also hailed from her native Ireland, most notably His Eminence Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, the Emeritus...
Since September 2007, the Jesuits in Britain have been entrusted by the Bishops of England and Wales to staff the Oxford University Chaplaincy. The role of the Jesuit chaplains and their team is to help Catholic students and staff of the University of Oxford to grow in their faith and their love of Jesus Christ - through liturgical practice, spiritual growth, intellectual enquiry and practical service of their brothers and sisters, especially those who are poor and excluded. It offers a warm...
  Video of Rev'd James Hanvey, SJ Intro Media Folder: Media RootCampion Hall is part of the University of Oxford, one of six 'Permanent Private Halls'. Each of these Halls and the University’s 37 Colleges provide a social and academic community with its own particular style and traditions for members of the wider University. Campion Hall is also the Jesuit Community in Oxford. It was founded in 1896 as a house of studies, intended mainly for members of the Society of Jesus...