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.
The bishops of England and Wales are holding a National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress, called Adoremus - in Liverpool. SFX Jesuit parish is preparing to participate.
Sacred Heart Church in Edinburgh bids farewell to Peter Scally SJ, who has been in the parish for ten years and is now moving southward to become lead Catholic Chaplain at Manchester University.
Fr Nicholas King SJ headlined Broken Bay's conference ‘St Paul - Prosecutor to Preacher' and visited Australian Jesuit works.
Speaking at the 2018 conference for the National Justice and Peace Network of England and Wales, JRS UK Director shared how people are transformed by an encounter which is true and “opens your mind”.
Several moves have been announced by Fr Provincial for this summer. Find out more about all the changes around the Province and beyond.
Jesuit Missions volunteer Matthew Whalley has just returned to the UK after six months living with a Jesuit community and teaching at St Xavier’s college in India.
Recently ordained priest Kensy Joseph SJ received a very warm welcome from parishioners at his family’s parish of St Martin de Porres, Palarivattom, in Kerala, south west India, where he celebrated mass in Malayalam for the first time