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Hurtado Jesuit Centre - Discussion at table
The Hurtado Jesuit Centre are currently looking for a Programmes Manager to be based in Wapping East London.The candidate will be responsible for creatively developing programmes for the centre, in addition to ensuring the good administration of the centre. They will also be assisting in the running of the Jesuit Refugee Service UK. This job is 4 days-a-week and the salary offer is between £20,000-£25,000 for the four days, depending on qualifications and experience.The Hurtado Jesuit...
Building a community for truth and justiceRebecca Gormally is the Programmes Manager of the Hurtado Jesuit Centre in Wapping - a Jesuit residence, where seven Jesuits live.  It is home to the important Jesuit Refugee Service, and it also offers to East London a place of Ignatian community.  It is named after St Alberto Hurtado SJ (1901-1952) a Chilean Jesuit, lawyer and social worker, founder of the influential ‘Hogar de Cristo’, which provided homes for abandoned young...
The Hurtado invitation
You are warmly invited to join a series of three evening events exploring the issues presented in Laudato Si’, Pope Francis’ encyclical letter on human ecology.Pope Francis has written a small book covering controversial issues at the roots of our global ecological crisis, such as technology, consumerism, education and spirituality. It has attracted much interest internationally and in the media. His message invites us to change the way we live and respond to new challenges for looking after...
Sunday Worship on BBC Radio 4 this weekend will feature highlights of the new Gospel oratorio, The Resurrection, with lyrics by Jesuit Fr John Moffatt SJ. It is being performed by Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir (SSGC) who sing at the 6.15pm Mass at Farm Street Jesuit Church in London on the last Sunday of each month.The Resurrection takes as its blueprint the Passions of Johann Sebastian Bach – a setting of the some of the Easter narratives in the Gospels of Saint John and Saint Luke – arranged...
If you would welcome a space for quiet for a while, come and join us on a Saturday morning for:a short guided reflectiontime for silence or stillnessthe chance to talk to an experienced listenerplus some nice coffee and pastries!This event will focus on: How do we stay true to what we know is best, when life is lonely or there's a decision to be made? With a meditation and shared wisdom.Places are limited so please book in advance: 02074887325 or welcome@hurtadocentre.org.uk
On Monday the Hurtado Jesuit Centre in Wapping opened its doors for an interactive community event to mark the publication of Welcome to Wapping, its report on community and social justice in Tower Hamlets.  Founded in 2011, the Hurtado Jesuit Centre aims to be a place of welcome and community in East London.  It is home to a Jesuit community of seven men, and is the base for the Jesuit Refugee Service and its weekly day centre for destitute asylum seekers.The report is the...
The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons. JRS undertakes services at national and regional levels with the support of an international office in Rome.JRS UK accompanies refugees and forced migrants, our brothers and sisters, serving them as companions and advocating their cause in an uncaring world. We have a particular concern for those who are detained...