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The Jesuits I first encountered in books worked in seemingly neglected fields of the Church’s life.  From the twentieth century, they were the French Jesuit palaeontologist, Teilhard de Chardin who also reflected on how his scientific understanding was woven into his faith and his experience of God; Cardinal  Augustin Bea helped Pope John XXIII develop the Church’s ecumenical dialogue to renew our friendship with Christians separated from the Catholic Church; Rutilio Grande, ...
The Jesuits resumed full time service of the Manchester Universities’ Catholic Chaplaincy and the Holy Name Church in September 2012. A team of five Jesuits is now resident in the chaplaincy building, next to the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus on Oxford Road. Built by the Jesuits in 1871, the church is in the heart of the Manchester Universities’ campus and next door to the University hospitals. It is supported by the Diocese of Salford and aims to provide a warm and safe environment in...

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