Farm St Church

Legislators must continue to protect the vulnerable and should not confuse assisted dying with assisted killing, according to a Jesuit chaplain at a hospice for the terminally ill. This Friday (18 July 2014), Lord Falconer’s ‘Assisted Dying’ Bill will receive its second reading in the House of Lords. Fr Gerry Gallen SJ calls us to pray for those debating the Bill, just as we pray for the sick and the dying and those who care for them. He has worked as a full time Chaplain...
The Earl of Wessex was greeted by three Jesuits yesterday when he visited a hospice in East London. Prince Edward was on a visit to St Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney, where he met the Chaplain, Fr Gerry Gallen SJ, accompanied by Fr Dominic Robinson SJ of Farm Street Church and Fr Charles Gagan SJ, visiting from California.St Joseph’s was founded in 1905 by the Sisters of Charity, acting on the invitation of the Jesuit Rector of Farm Street Church at the time, Fr Peter Gallwey SJ. He...
An estimated 800-1,000 people joined the central London parishes of the Jesuit Church of The Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, and St James’s Church, Spanish Place, in their joint outdoor procession of the Blessed Sacrament through the streets of London for the Feast of Corpus Christi. The procession began at Farm Street with Eucharistic hymns and the Faure version of the great Corpus Christi motet Ave Verum Corpus arranged specially for the occasion by the Farm Street...

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