Jesuit Jargon Buster

The secrets of that Jesuit code!

Jesuit Jargon Buster
A collage of the paintings commissioned for the 2014 calendar

The restoration of the Society of Jesus, explore our calendar, produced to mark the 200th anniversary.

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Boys of St Ignatius College, Enfield teach in Dodoma, Tanzania

Ignatians in Tanzania! The First day of Teaching...

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A collage of some of the Jesuit chaplains that served in 1914

On the 100th anniversary of the beginning of WW1 meet the Jesuits who served

Jesuit chaplains of 1914

Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ, features in our calendar for July marking the anniversary of the restoration of the Society of Jesus.

The Poet, The Man, The Jesuit

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  • 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

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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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  • Image of Jesus walking on water by Maria O'Laughlin

    Imaginative Contemplation: Jesus walks on water

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  • Introduction to the Examen

    Examen for Young Adults

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  • Reflection: Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ for the restoration

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  • Reflection: Anthony de Mello SJ for the restoration anniv.

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  • An audio retreat, living the Magnificat

    Living the Magnificat - an introduction

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Our People

  • The Clink Prison, London Bridge

    Ralph Emerson SJ

    Ralph Emerson was born in 1553, entered the Society in Rome in 1580 and took his vows at Novellara in 1582. He became Edmund Campion’s assistant and one of the first Jesuit missionaries sent to England...
  • Christopher Pedley SJ

    Christopher Pedley SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1976. Chris worked at Heythrop College for 13 years, latterly as librarian. He is a member of the Mount Street community and is a member of the Farm St parish team.
  • Paul Chitnis

    Paul Chitnis

    Paul Chitnis is the director of Jesuit Missions, a place with a wonderful history of colourful characters and extraordinary generosity of spirit and service.