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Listen to our Lent reflection on BBC Radio 4

26 Feb 2021

Jesuits on BBC Radio 4

What would Pope Francis do? A fascinating new talk

24 Feb 2021

The Pope's biographer gives his take on the social justice teaching of Pope Francis

Reflecting on the truly great outdoors retreat (and news of future retreats)

16 Feb 2021

Offering retreats by Zoom has been a blessing during these times of lockdown and social distancing, but it is not unusual at this stage to hear a slight groan at the prospect of more along

Thomas Becket: an inspiration for the Churches today?

15 Feb 2021

The Society for Ecumenical Studies presents an online seminar marking the 850th anniversary of the murder of St Thomas Becket (details below).

Chapels at Holy Name Church in Manchester get vital repairs

10 Feb 2021

The National Churches Trust, together with the Wolfson Foundation; and the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales via the government’s Culture Recovery Fund administered by

Jesuits challenge Tesco over its role in UK obesity crisis

10 Feb 2021

Tesco PLC is the first retailer to be challenged with a shareholder resolution on health grounds.

St Ignatius parish in Stamford Hill raise £10,000 to feed the homeless

04 Feb 2021

The project, which has been running for many years, evolved from the start of the Covid pandemic into a weekday lunch service for up to 100 homeless people, many of whom are Polish immigrants and o

The Pope of Rome, the Grand Imam of Cairo, and the official world day of fraternity

04 Feb 2021

The Holy Father will celebrate the first International Day of Human Fraternity on 4 February, an annual occasion established by the United Nations General Assembly.

Pope Francis on violence against women

03 Feb 2021

With the arrival of February and the approach of Ash Wednesday and Lent, Pope Francis has once again asked us to pray with him about a matter of grave concern in our contemporary world.&nbs


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