Jesuit novices, John Bosco Noronha and Thiranjala Weerasinghe, describe how they each found a way to accompany the parishioners of St Anselm’s, Southall over the course of their time there
In this special report, BBC2's Newsnight heard from Fr Dominic Robinson of Farm Street Church talk about the crisis facing unemployed and homeless people after the pandemic.
In our next IMAGINE Zoom meditation we will be exploring our bodies as sources of wisdom.
Just after Christmas, there was great excitement in the Parish of St John XXIII, the English-speaking community here in Geneva with more than 72 nationalities among its congregation.
Religious in England and Wales have been asked to offer space in their buildings to vulnerable people who face street homelessness as the emergency housing scheme put in place for the pande
Jesuit Refugee Service UK has said the indefinite and arbitrary process of immigration detention is fostering a culture of death, suicide and self-harm, that is causing long-term damage to people’s
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Fr Augusto Zampini-Davies, who is currently leading the Vatican's post-COVID19 task force, has said that the people of God are not going to wait for political leaders to make the changes th