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Film-makers honoured in Guyana

14 Jul 2014

The work of documentary film-makers in Guyana was recognised last Friday at the climax of the 2014 Loyola Documentary Film Festival.

Darke's camera mystery solved after 35 years

11 Jul 2014
Monday July 14, marks the 35th anniversary of the death of English-born Jesuit Father Bernard Darke, who lived and worked in Guyana for 20 years. Fr Darke was a part-time photographer for the Catholic Standard.

Earl's visit to East End hospice

10 Jul 2014
The Earl of Wessex has visited St Joseph's Hospice in Hackney where he met Frs Gerry Gallen, Dominic Robinson and Charles Gagan.

Alumni call for immigration reform in the US

10 Jul 2014
1200 Jesuit alumni in the US have called for immigration reform in a letter to fellow alumni in the House of Representatives.

Restoration of SFX enters phase two

08 Jul 2014
Phase II of the renovation of SFX Liverpool is underway.

JRS welcomes detention inquiry

08 Jul 2014
JRS-UK responds to inquiry into immigration detention and UNHCR's global strategy call.

Exploitation of the earth is ‘our sin’, says Francis

07 Jul 2014
Pope calls for more respect for the environment

Schoolboy wins Proms composer award

07 Jul 2014
Harry Castle of Mount St Mary's College has won the Junior Category of the BBC Proms Inspire Young Composer of the Year.

World renowned organist to play in Manchester

07 Jul 2014
Daniel Moult will be performing in the Holy Name, Manchester, organ series - on 9 July 2014.

Job vacancy at JRS Chad

04 Jul 2014
The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic non-governmental organisation with a mission to accompany, serve, and advocate for the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people. The organisation was founded in November 1980 and has a presence in over 50 countries.


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