MSJC

Detail from Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose by John Singer Sargent at Tate Britain - Creative Commons
A workshop on art that is incorporated into a nine-month course at the Mount Street Jesuit Centre (MSJC) has inspired a group to organise a day out at Tate Britain, where they spent time ‘Praying with Art’. The MSJC runs the ‘Deepening our Awareness of God Within Us’ course annually between September and July; and, as part of it, Audrey and Eamonn Hamilton – members of the Spirituality Team with a particular interest in art – lead a study day at the Tate...
Ignatian Retreat days“For me,” says Anne, “they’re a chance to forget about the distractions of a busy life.”  She’s talking about the Mount Street Jesuit Centre’s monthly Ignatian Retreat Days.“I draw close to God and in the stillness he speaks to me … consistently,” she adds.Anthony observes “it’s an opportunity to become (re)centred through a quiet time of stillness and reflection. The simple framework of thoughts...
Mount Street Jesuit Centre in Central London is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2014. Since 2004, it has provided spiritual and faith formation along with opportunities for social outreach in the spirit of St Ignatius Loyola. Its mission has been - and continues to be - to enable people in the heart of the capital to find a deeper meaning and purpose in their lives. It does this through an extensive programme of events that includeSpiritualityFaith FormationSocial Justice MinistriesYoung...
I am the former coordinator of the London Jesuit Volunteers, a social justice ministry connecting adults to part-time volunteering opportunities and bringing them together each month to examen their experience and journey together under the stewardship of some very able and generous Jesuits. We have groups that meet in Mount Street Jesuit Centre in Westminster and Hurtado Jesuit Centre in East London. The volunteers work with a variety of organisations in their service and accompaniment of the...
I was born on April 12 1936 in Harrow on the Hill, the second son - the first died when a baby. Both parents, Stanley lrving and Helen Josephine Meredith were good practising Catholics as is their daughter, Judith. I was baptised, confirmed and received my first Holy Communion in Saint George's R.C. church Sudbury. Apart from evacuation during the war my first school was non conformist, Byron Court School, and at the age of 11 I attended the Cardinal Vaughan School, Kensington. There I was...