Stephanie Beech, Jesuit Missions Communications Officer, visited Stonyhurst College to give a parish appeal and joined the Stonyhurst Sprinters for a long run as part of the marathon team training.
Nepal Jesuit Social Institute took a quick step when notified about the worsening situation of the dwindling water resources in the region. They have now built 15 taps and an 18000 liter capacity tank for villagers.
A team of runners will take up the challenge of the London Marathon for Jesuit Refugee Service UK on 28th April, this year for the first time.
Congratulations to Professor Michael Barnes SJ, who has been presented with the Hubert Walter Award for Reconciliation and Interfaith Cooperation by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
7th April marks the fifth year since the Dutch Jesuit Frans van der Lugt was murdered in Homs, Syria. The Jesuits from the Netherlands and Flanders made an animated film about him.
About sixty people gathered at St Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre in North Wales this March to discuss what the discerning Church might look like in the twenty-first century.
A new cookbook with a difference, Saintly Feasts: Food for Saints and Scholars, by Martina Maher and Colette Scully with Fr Dries van Den Akker SJ, links every recipe with a saint.
The Holy Name Church in Manchester is going through a long overdue restoration, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, with completion scheduled for June.
The parishioners of St Wilfrid's have signed more than 80 Easter cards for the Holy Family parish in Gaza this weekend, to show solidarity with the remaining Christians during this time fo conflict.
Jesuits in Britain have recently signed up to two initiatives by the Sustainable Funds Group of Stewart Investors which aim to contribute to sustainable development.