Magis Ireland 2014, an event for Young adults

MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. This year the event takes place from 6 - 17 August in Ireland.

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The seal and signature of Ignatius

12 portraits of 12 Jesuits from the last 200 years form this calendar for 2014. The bicentenary of the restoration of the Jesuits.

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St Aloysius Glasgow is a Jesuit School

St Aloysius' College Glasgow is a Jesuit School

Our work
Fr Frans van der Lugt SJ

Dutch Jesuit Fr Frans van der Lugt, murdered outside his home in Syria

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Jesuits Khiet and Milton train for London Marathon

Jesuits Khiet and Milton get up to speed for London Marathon - please support them.

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Focus on..

  • A short Documentary about a local food bank and the dramatic effects and increase of poverty in the UK. The chaplaincy team started the only student led foodbank in the country. Featuring William Pearsall SJ assistant chaplain and Joey Ferringo the General Manager of the foodbank.

     

    Manchester Chaplaincy

Pause for prayer

  • Alfred Delp SJ

    Have you Heard? The last letter of Alfred Delp SJ

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  • A Reflection on Pierre-Jean de Smet SJ

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  • Edmund Campion SJ

    Have you Heard? Campion's Bragge

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  • A Reflection on Pedro Arrupe SJ for the restoration of the Jesuits

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  • Reflection: Teilhard de Chardin SJ

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  • Introduction to the Examen

    PAYG: An Introduction to the Examen

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Our People

  • Peter Griffiths SJ

    Peter Griffiths SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1960. Peter has been superior for Stamford Hill and Mount Street. For years he was parish priest in Glasgow and moved to Stonyhurst as parish priest at the beginning of 2014.
  • Adrian Porter SJ

    Adrian Porter SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1978. Adrian has been headmaster of St Aloysius College in Glasgow and Wimbledon College. He was a province consultor for 7 years and is the provincial’s delegate for primary and secondary education and is director of the Jesuit Institute
  • Ricardo daSilva SJ

    Ricardo da Silva SJ

    Ricardo was born in Coimbra, Portugal. Later, he immigrated to South Africa with his mother where he has resided most of his life. In September 2007, he became a Jesuit.