The Financial Times this week carried an article entitled: “Jesuit mission in Paraguay left legacy of living happily”
With the end of the academic year approaching, two celebrations were enjoyed by the chaplaincy community in Manchester.
Eddy Bermingham SJ discovers how principles of Laudato Si are being implemented by Jesuit Social Centres around the world, through a chance encounter in Brussels.
A Canadian TV crew came to Farm Street for a documentary about Farm Street Church’s old east window which was transferred to St Agnes’ Church, Lac-Mégantic, Quebec in the early 1910s.
Last year, after 136 years, the Lady Statue, an iconic sight for all those who visit Stonyhurst College, was removed from her plinth and sent away for conservation and last week she was returned.
Now in its fourth year, the 31 days campaign by the Jesuits in Britain is returning for our 2019 edition. This year, the focus will be on Finding God in All Things.
Michael and Jess have recently been working to set-up a new specialist Legal Advice Project at JRS UK, following their successful registration with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner.
The second meeting of the delegates of the Development Offices of the six Conferences of the Society of Jesus has been recently held at the General Curia. The theme was “Friends in the Lord”.
The annual meeting of communicators and webmasters of the Society of Jesus in Europe, JesWebCom, took place in Madrid from 14 to 17 May. More than thirty people gathered from some twenty countries.
Faith Primary School in Everton, working in partnership with Saint Francis Xavier’s Church Liverpool, has recently organised a special fun sports day, to raise awareness of the Anti Knife Crime Campaign.