Last week saw over 90 Jesuits and 40 lay co-workers gather at Stonyhurst College for a conference entitled “Working in Partnership with the Universal Apostolic Preferences”.
The Jesuits fielded a team of 30 runners at the London Marathon. Find out how they did.
Fr Paul O’Reilly SJ has published a book titled ‘Hope in all things’ with Messenger Publications, encouraging us to find meaning in every moment of our lives.
Three Jesuits along with one lay collaborator participated in the 4th Assembly of the United Nations for the environment recently held in Nairobi.
Cristina Pecheanu, Destitution Services Manager at Jesuit Refugee Service UK, shares the importance of the activities run at the centre.
Fr Kyara Corbinian SJ is a Tanzanian Jesuit who works in the East African Jesuit Development office in Kenya. In less than one week, he will be joining Fr Alexander Wainaina SJ for the London Marathon.
The Times of India carried a report titled “The Jesuits and the Mango” which describes how the Jesuits used their scientific expertise as a tool for evangelisation.
Thanks to a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the St Aloysius parish in Glasgow is helping refugees learn about the heritage of their new community.
The issue of The Way for April 2019 is now available.
The Faith in Politics interns of the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of England and Wales have recently visited Rome to help them understand how the Church and the World are served by the Roman Curia.