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ecoMAGIS: finding God on a permaculture farm

02 Sep 2019

Beech Hill played host to ecoMAGIS, between a retreat and an ‘experience week’ inspired by Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si’. A group of young people learnt about and practise sustainable living.

Photo courtesy of Genefir Buckly’s Facebook page

Jesuit volunteer killed in the Philippines

29 Aug 2019

A young Jesuit volunteer was killed while serving as a teacher in a community high school in Pangantucan, Bukidnon in the Philippines.

Fr Joseph Munitiz SJ and Dr Bram Roosen

Celebrating Fr Joe Munitiz's academic career

27 Aug 2019

Congratulations to Fr Joseph Munitiz SJ, honoured by a Festschrift titled “The Literary Legacy of Byzantium”. He was presented with a copy of the volume during a celebration at Campion Hall.

Day retreat on consolation and desolation

22 Aug 2019

The Christian Life Community group at St Francis Xavier’s Liverpool organised their annual retreat at St Beuno's, on the theme of consolation and desolation.

Shirley Russo

The ministry of cleaning at St Wilfrid’s Preston

19 Aug 2019

Santa Zita, patron saint of domestics, has been watching over St Wilfrid's cleaning group, with positive outcomes on the accounts and social time of the parish.

St Ignatius College, Enfield

Outstanding A-level results from Jesuit schools

19 Aug 2019

Jesuit schools across the country celebrated their pupils’ superb A-level results last week.

San Pedro Fabro

Essential Ignatian Resources

14 Aug 2019

The General Curia of the Society of Jesus and other institutions have been developing content in the areas of discernment in common, Ignatian leadership, and apostolic planning, and have made it accessible online.

Language school participants visit Iffley Church on their riverside walk back from Littlemore.

Scholastics 'full of beans' learning English in Oxford

13 Aug 2019

In July six Jesuits from Vietnam, DR Congo, Madagascar, Poland and Spain arrived at Campion Hall to take part in the annual English language summer school organised by the British province.

Friends of Winckley Square Guided Walk. Photo credit: Paul Rushton

Extraordinary Women of Winckley Square

12 Aug 2019

The Friends of Winckley Square set about researching the lives of women who had lived, worked or influenced the Square in its 200+ years. In October, the exhibition will be displayed in the Baptistry of St Wilfrid’s.

Matidla, Anne-Marie and Han at St Paul's

A sacred space at St Paul’s Cathedral

08 Aug 2019

Refugees and team from JRS UK have recently attended an interactive exhibition at St Paul’s Cathedral that showcased some of their work.


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