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Cardinal honours Jesuit education at Stonyhurst

02 Jun 2014
Cardinal Vincent Nichols was guest of honour at Stonyhurst College's recent prize-giving and described Pope Francis as the 'finest exponent' of Jesuit education.

Ministries of Welcoming in the Church

30 May 2014

Here is the cold, hard fact: almost 40 percent of British Catholics brought up in the faith no longer identify as such, according to recent British sociological data.

Be good neighbours: communicate! urges Pope Francis

29 May 2014

Pope Francis has described the digital highway as a street, which is “teeming with people” who are hurt and in search of hope and salvation.

Loyola Hall crucifix passed to new church

27 May 2014

A crucifix from Loyola Hall Retreat Centre has found a new home - suspended over the altar in the brand new church dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes in Hungerford, Berkshire.

We must work together for peace, says Pope

27 May 2014
Pope Francis calls for Jews, Muslims and Christians to work together for peace in the Middle East, following his three-day pilgrimage to Jordan, Israel and Palestine.

Francis' papal peace initiative

25 May 2014
Pope Francis has invited the Presidents of Israel and Palestine to the Vatican for peace talks.

Holy Father's visit to the Middle East

24 May 2014
Pope Francis' visit to Jordan, Palestine and Israel, May 2014

World's premier organists to give Manchester recitals

22 May 2014
Details of the 2014 organ recital series at Holy Name Church in Manchester.

Wapichan peoples celebrate arrival of New Testament

22 May 2014
With funding from Jesuit Missions, the New Testament has been translated for the first time ever into Wapishana, a language of the Wapichan peoples of Guyana : this video shows the celebrations as it arrived in the village of Karaudarnau.

‘Meddling’ in the politics of Europe

21 May 2014
Frank Turner SJ explains why the Jesuits are engaging in European politics ahead of the European elections on 22 May 2014

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