The Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy year came to a close last week with a retreat at the Jesuit Villa House in Barmouth.
23 people gathered at St Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre in North Wales for the first province staff retreat organised by the Jesuits in Britain.
On June 28th and 29th, the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network celebrated its 175th anniversary in Vatican City with the Holy Father and more than 5,000 guests at an International Gathering.
More than 200 participants attended the International Symposium of Psychology and Spiritual Exercises, recently held in Loyola, which had on the agenda over 50 activities and major international specialists.
Ecojesuit strongly supports the recent declaration of a climate emergency by Pope Francis and his appeals for urgent collaborative action to this global challenge.
A new report finds that asylum seekers in destitution and detention feel dehumanised by the asylum system but find strength through community membership, faith and volunteering.
Jesuit Missions called students and supporters to join them in Parliament Square to lobby their local MPs for climate change.
The Centre for Chaplaincy in Education - an exciting new initiative funded by the Jesuits in Britain and the Woodard Trust - was launched at the Chaplains' Conference.
A delegation of boys and staff from Wimbledon College celebrated Refugee Week with a landmark event on Friday where they made public commitment to sponsoring a refugee family.
The dedication of the new altar at Farm Street Church - a feast for the senses.