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

  • Patrick Purnell Sj

    Patrick Purnell SJ

    Patrick hailed from Cardiff where he was born on 28 November 1923. He first encountered the Jesuits at school – Mount St Mary's College, Spinkhill near Sheffield – and decided to explore his vocation at St Beuno’s in North Wales, at the age of just 17 (September 1941).
  • Roger Dawson SJ, chaplain to Help for Heroes, with his bike.

    Roger Dawson SJ

    Roger became a Jesuit in 1996. He has a diploma in clinical psychology. He became Director of St Beuno's in April 2014. Roger is active for the charity Help for Heroes and is known as the pedalling padre.

  • 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.