young adults

Fr Simon Bishop SJ will be leading a retreat-cum-holiday for young adults in July, with Sister MaryAnne Francalanza fcJ. Fr Bishop, who was Chaplain at the University of Oxford and is now Director of Spirituality for the Jesuits in Britain, says it will be a wonderful opportunity for young adults (18-30) who wish to take stock of their lives to enjoy a time of rest, while exploring ways of praying and of finding God more deeply in their lives. Sr MaryAnne was born in Malta and gained an MSc in...
MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. It is organised by the Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Britain, Ireland, The Netherlands and Flanders. This year the event takes place from 6  - 17 August in Ireland.We will spend the first two days in Gonzaga College, Dublin, where there will be workshops themed around the questions “Who am I” and “Who is God”. Every day we will pray, work and celebrate together as well as having lots of fun. After...
Do you want to meet other Christian young adults?Do you want to discover how to make of the world a better place?Do you want to discover who God is for you?Join the Experience in Magis Ireland.MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. It is organised by the Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Britain, Ireland, The Netherlands and Flanders. This year the event takes place from 6  - 17 August in Ireland.We will spend the first two days in Gonzaga College, Dublin, where...
My name is Sr. Anouska Robinson-Biggin fcJ.  I have been involved in Jesuit young adult ministry since 2008 and from April 2011 I have coordinated the First Sunday Plus Team.  The role expanded in October 2012 when I became Director of Young Adult Ministries, based at the Mount Street Jesuit Centre.  My work mainly involves coordinating the different aspects of a programme for young adults.  This includes coordinating the team of volunteers who help run the First and Third...
The Jesuits in Britain are committed to developing the faith life of young adults.  We run a range of retreats, discussion groups, special services, weeks of guided prayer, and social justice volunteering  opportunities.Rooted in the Ignatian tradition we aim to provide opportunities for young adults (people aged 18-35) to experience Christ, understand Christ and ultimately live a life centred on Christ in our world. Young Adult Ministry MassesThe first Young Adult Mass began on...
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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