Kayle Crosson took part this summer in the Young Adult Walking Pilgrimage, organised by Mount Street Jesuit Centre, walking the 4th stage of the Ignatian Way. She reflects on her journey.
The body of Father Carlos Riudavets Montes, Spanish Jesuit missionary working among the indigenous people in Peru's Amazonia regions, has been found on Friday morning.
Stephanie Beech describes how a Jesuit school in one of South Sudan’s most dangerous areas is, with Jesuit Missions’ help, working to form the leaders of tomorrow.
Last week's edition of The Universe contains an article by Fr Damian Howard SJ about a collection of preserved animals brought together by Stonyhurst alumnus Charles Waterton.
July has been a busy month, as we have been preparing and running our 31 Days of St Ignatius. It has now been one week since the end of this year’s campaign and we reflect on your feedback.
Following the outbreak of violent attacks on humanitarian aid agencies in South Sudan, Jesuit Missions is providing high quality emergency tents for the displaced JRS staff in Maban.
Jesuits in training has gathered in Rome from over 17 European countries for the 2018 conference of European Jesuits in Formation on the theme of ‘Youth, communication and vocation’.
Brad Snyder took on the cycling challenge of the Prudential Ride 100 last Sunday to raise funds for Jesuit Missions.
A blue plaque commemorating the former St Ignatius’ Chapel, first Roman Catholic place of worship at Oxford after the Reformation, has been unveiled on St Ignatius’ Day.
On the Feast of St Ignatius Jesuits congratulated their many jubilarians at special masses for friends and alumni at Farm Street Church in London and at St Francis Xavier’s in Liverpool.