priests

One common missionThere are both priests and brothers in the Society of Jesus, together friends in the Lord, and all of them ‘participating in Christ’s priestly work of reconciling the world to God’ (General Congregation 34). In other words all Jesuits, whether as priests or as brothers, are seeking to make known through the way they live and what they do God’s immense love for all human beings, so that that love of God can make whole what is broken.Either at the time of...
The Jesuits (also known as the Society of Jesus) are an international religious order of men within the Catholic Church.   The Order was founded in 1540 by St Ignatius of Loyola and his nine companions.  Today we are 18,000 priests and brothers present in over 100 countries.  Jesuits in Britain work as parish priests, chaplains, teachers, academics, writers, doctors, spiritual directors and artists. Following the vision of our founder, we seek to "find God in all...