Oscar Pistorius on Trial

Last month, Oscar Pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide over the death of his girlfriend. South African Jesuit Russell Pollitt SJ discusses the media coverage of the trial.

The Pistorius trial: Observers or participants?
Health workers don protective clothing

The African Jesuits AIDS Network's response to Ebola, 'one of history's most lethal diseases'

The Director of AJAN's blog
Blessed Miguel Pro SJ 1891-1927

Blessed Miguel Pro SJ is the featured Jesuit for October in our restoration 2014 calendar.

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Jbeil school for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon

Fr Dominic Robinson SJ reports on his visit to JRS Syria projects in the Lebanon at vigil of song and prayer.

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The granite cross by Tobias Lindman

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Pause for prayer

  • 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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  • William Fitzmaurice SJ 1877-1945

    Fr Fitzmaurice SJ On Witnessing An Execution

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  • The Introduction to a series of four podcast reflections on the life of St Ignatius Loyola as seen through The Spiritual Exercises.

    Introduction to St Ignatius and the Spiritual Exercises

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Our People

  • Gerry Gallen SJ

    Gerard Gallen SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1991. Gerry returned to the province in 2004 after studying at Boston College. He has been chaplain to Wimbledon College and St Aloysius College. At present he is chaplain to St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney.
  • Gerry J Hughes SJ

    Gerard J. Hughes SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1951. Gerry J was vice-principal at Heythrop College before being appointed Master of Campion Hall in 1992. He has written several books and had many articles published. He still lives at Campion Hall in Oxford.
  • Bernard Vaughan SJ (1847-1922)

    Bernard Vaughan SJ

    Fr Vaughan became a Jesuit in 1866 and found fame delivering popular but controversial lectures. He was brother to Cardinal Vaughan and a friend of Edward VII.