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Leah Casimero, Amazonian eco-activist

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50th anniversary of the canonisation of the Forty Martyrs

Fr Denis Blackledge SJ remembers the occasion

Saving liberalism from itself

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Our People

  • Bl Edward Oldcorne SJ 1561-1606

    Edward Oldcorne SJ

    Edward Oldcorne was executed in the aftermath of the Gunpowder Plot. He was starved out of a priest hole at Hindlip Hall, having lain hidden for eight days.
  • Luke Taylor SJ

    Born near London, I was raised in St Andrews in Scotland. I come from a large Christian family who read the Scriptures and prayed together. As a result, I can’t remember a time when God was not there. God was as vast as the North Sea, and he had Dad’s voice and hands.

  • Thomas Lith SJ

    Thomas Lith (or Lish) SJ

    Born in 1536, Lith was the first English Jesuit.