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Jesuit Missions invites students from Jesuit and Associate schools in the UK to a day conference to discuss the key social justice and environmental issues of today. It seeks to provide an opportunity for students to gain new skills that will help young people become voices for positive change in the world.Fr Leonard Chiti SJ, Provincial Superior of the Society of Jesus for the Zambia-Malawi Province, is the keynote speaker and will be talking about the current situation in Southern Africa in...
Joel Thompson SJ on his speaker tour
Lynn McWilliams, Outreach Coordinator at Jesuit Missions, explains how, through its work with schools, the organisation journeys with youth, helping them to explore the contribution they can make to living a faith that does justice.Companions in ActionAs part of the Companions in Action partnership programme for schools, the Jesuit Missions Education Advisory Group is creating exciting new resources, including an Agents for Change journal for primary schools. Creativity, art, music, poetry and...
Pupils at St Mary’s Hall
Companions in Action is Jesuit Missions new initiative which links Jesuit schools in the UK with those in the global South. This new partnership seeks to create a working relationship in which young people can share their common humanity, develop their Ignatian identity and work to create a better world where the dignity of each individual is cherished.Richard Greenwood, Outreach and Communications Manager at Jesuit Missions, says “We want to promote Jesuit Education and enable pupils to take...
Jesuit philosopher Fr Gerard J. Hughes SJ has been honoured for his contribution to the teaching of philosophy through the awarding of inaugural prizes in his name this autumn at St Aloysius’ College in Glasgow and St Michael’s Catholic High School in Watford.For the next ten years, a sixth-form student in each school will be awarded with a cash bursary and a copy, signed by Fr Gerry, of Great Thinkers on Great Questions, a compendium of philosophical arguments to which he contributed. The...
This open day is your chance to find out more about attending Stonyhurst College.One of the UK’s leading independent schools, Stonyhurst College offers an unparalleled standard of day and boarding education for pupils aged 13 to 18 years. Weekly boarding is available. The school is set within a striking Grade 1 listed building on a stunning estate with world class facilities.High teaching standards, small class sizes and independent study sessions help our students to achieve strong academic...
This open day is your opportunity to find out more about Stonyhurst St Mary's Hall, the prep school for Stonyhurst College.A leading Catholic day and boarding school, Stonyhurst St Mary's Hall welcomes children aged 3 - 13 years, with full and weekly boarding options available from 8 years.Individual academic attention, world-class facilities, a strong sense of community, and a wide range of co-curricular activities help to bring out the best in every child, wherever their talent lies.Register...
This open evening is your chance to find out more about attending the sixth form at Stonyhurst College.The sixth form at Stonyhurst offers three options for study – A Level, International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or the IB Career Related Pathway. Each route provides a wide range of subjects for you to choose from and our staff will be happy to discuss the available options and help you to make the best decisions for your future.With excellent teaching staff, strong academic results, world-...
Stephen Withnell, Governor of Stonyhurst College and Westminster Cathedral Choir School and new Director of Strategic Development at Stonyhurst, has recently written a comment piece for The Catholic Herald on his appointment and on the future projects for the school.A year of celebrations begins at Stonyhurst this September, marking the college’s 425th anniversary. Founded in 1593 in Saint Omer, the school moved to Bruges and Liège before settling at Stonyhurst in Lancashire in 1794. The oldest...
Mount St Mary's
Mount St Mary’s College near Sheffield has appointed an archivist to examine and share the large amount of historical material collected by the college in its 175 years.Samantha Palmer, who started work last November, said “there is a huge amount of historical information locked away in the archives and my role is now to make it accessible to current pupils and their families, to Old Mountaineers and to local people interested in the history of the area.”As most of the records are uncatalogued...
St Ignatius College in Enfield has marked 120 years since its foundation with a Mass celebrated by Cardinal Vincent Nichols.Founded by the Society of Jesus in Stamford Hill in 1894, the school moved to its current site in 1968 and continues to enjoy a strong relationship with the Jesuits in Stamford Hill, with chaplains from the community visiting the school regularly. Among the concelebrants at the anniversary Mass was the new parish priest at St Ignatius, Fr David Smolira SJ, Fr Slawomir...

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