Jesuit Scholastic Chris Brolly has spent six weeks in Calais working alongside migrants and refugees. He reflects on how entering deeply into another’s lived experience has energised his faith journey.
In this week's 'From the Archives' blog, we continue our series of guest posts written by our wonderful work experience students from earlier in the summer. This post comes from Alex Blaney, who was with us for two weeks to gain experience of work in an archive.
The imitation of Christ is our mission. To be like Jesus is the task he has given us in the world: the cup that I must drink, you shall drink. This imitation is much more than copying or mimicry. To be like the One who came to serve and to give hi
This month marks the 170th anniversary of the opening of St Beuno’s, the Jesuit College-turned-Retreat centre in North Wales. Cataloguing Archivist, Alex van Goethem, takes a look at its history through the Archives.
Archivist Rebecca reflects on the fact that an account of the Catholic Social Guild's 1927 Summer School in the Blandyke Papers makes a nice addition to the Plater College archive collection being catalogued.
The 23rd of September is the Feast of Padre Pio, Saint Pio of Pietrelcina. He died fifty years ago on this day in 1968. For fifty years before that, Padre Pio bore on his body, the stigmata. The stigmata are the marks of the sufferings of Christ.