Bl Rupert Mayer SJ (1876-1945), known as ‘The Apostle of Munich’, is the featured Jesuit for November in our Restoration 2014 calendar.

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Records of WWI Jesuit Chaplains in the Archive

Explore Your Archives campaign 2014
Pope prays for those affected by Ebola

As Pope Francis appeals for prayers for those affected by Ebola, the Jesuits in Africa respond to the epidemic

Jesuits and Friends Issue 89

On 23 November, we remember Blessed Miguel Pro SJ. Find out more about the man and reflect on his life.

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London Jesuit Volunteers invite you to a welcome evening

Committed to faith and justice? London Jesuit Volunteers give their time to social justice and deepen their experience through reflection.

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Pause for prayer

  • Blessed Rupert Mayer SJ - November's reflection

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  • St Alphosus Rodriguez by Gebhard Erohlich SJ

    St Alphonsus Rodriguez SJ, a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ

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  • Silent prayer, an image of prayerful gratitude

    In The Lord I'll Be Ever Thankful

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  • Reflection: Blessed Miguel Pro SJ, anniv. of the restoration

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  • Reflection: Henri de Lubac SJ for the anniv. of the restoration

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  • Reflection: Alberto Hurtado SJ for the anniv. of the restoration

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Our People

  • Robert Persons 1546 - 1610

    Robert Persons SJ

    Born on 24 June 1546 at Nether Stowey, Somerset. After a short and dangerous period of ministry in England he worked mainly in Spain, France and Rome.
  • Peter Randall SJ

    Peter Randall SJ

    Peter became a Jesuit in 1988. He was parish priest of Sacred Heart Edinburgh, before moving to Stamford Hill where he has been parish priest since 2006.
  • Doctrina Christam by Thomas Stephen SJ

    Thomas Stephens SJ

    Thomas Stephens was probably the first Englishman to set foot in India, having been missioned there in 1579 by Fr General Everard Mercurian.