For the first time ever, Jesuit brothers will be electors at a General Congregation. One of them, moreover, will be the youngest elector at the current Congregation. Brother Stephen Power from England was elected by the Conference of Europe. He has devoted himself to the social apostolate, especially the Jesuit Refugee Service, and has worked in London, Sudan, and Kenya.
Jim Conway SJ is from Newcastle, but he currently lives and works in the remotest parts of Guyana.
Before being sent to Guyana he lived and worked in North East London in a Parish and with the Jesuit Refugee Service.
Here is his vocation story.
Rob Marsh SJ tells us how his vocation developed and something of his journey to becoming a Jesuit.
Rob is now working in Oxford directing and writing about the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius. He previously worked in Rainhill at Loyola Hall Spirituality centre.