Dominic Robinson in a class of school children at the Bourj Hommoud School

Living a Jesuit Life, by witnessing to Christ in our world and being men for others.

Responding to the Call
Young Jesuit Scholastics praying with a group

Helping people to meet Christ in their daily lives.

Who we are: Companions and Followers
Pope Francis blesses small child - photo used from Catholic England and Wales flickr

Jesuits are... Men of the Spiritual Exercises

What are the Spiritual Exercises?
Paolo Beltrame

“There are two ways to discover the truth: one is science and the other is religion. I have chosen both.” Lemaitre

Faith & science vocation story
Fr James Conway SJ in Guyana

Jesuits work alongside lay people, those of other faiths and backgrounds.

Working together with others

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  • Introduction - Meditations on the Love of God

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  • Br Guy Consolmagno SJ

    Eyes to the Heavens: Where a scientist finds God

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    Prayer at the School of St Ignatius

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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.
  • Gerry Gallen SJ

    Gerard Gallen SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1991. Gerard returned to the province in 2004 after studying at Boston College. He has been chaplain to Wimbledon College and St Aloysius College. At present he is chaplain to St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney.

  • Edmund Campion SJ

    Edmund Campion SJ

    Born in London on 24 January 1540. Campion studied at Christ’s Hospital and St. John’s College, Oxford. Pioneering the English Mission, he arrived in London in June 1580 disguised as a jewel merchant.