St Alberto Hurtado SJ is the featured Jesuit for August in our restoration 2014 calendar.

This month's Jesuit is...
Figure kneeling in prayer with sunset

What is prayer?

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Young people at Magis2014 in Ireland making a banner

Magis2014: 70 young people spent 10 days exploring their faith

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Child's shoe found after a rocket had been fired in the Israel Palestine conflict

The Jesuit Provincial Fr Dermot Preston SJ, reflects on conflict and religion.

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A watercolour by Leslie Walker SJ, Jesuit WW1 army chaplain

Remembering the First World War – Jesuit army chaplain’s sketchbooks revealed.

The Art of Leslie Walker SJ

Focus on..

  • 31 July is the Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus. Do you know much about his life? If not, this, um, Spanish olive, has something to tell you. This fun video, which is actually quite informative, was produced and narrated by Jason Kapell under the auspices of Fairfield University Media Department.

     

    The Life of St Ignatius

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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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  • 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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Our People

  • Michael Holman SJ, Principal of Heythrop College

    Michael Holman SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1974. Michael has mainly worked in the field of education and was headmaster of Wimbledon College for 9 years before being appointed provincial in 2005. Michael is now principal of Heythrop College.
  • John Ogilvie SJ (1579-1615)

    John Ogilvie SJ

    John Ogilvie was a Scottish martyr of the Reformation who became a Jesuit in 1599 and died in 1615. He was canonised in 1976.
  • Edmund Campion SJ

    Edmund Campion SJ

    Born in London on 24 January 1540. Campion studied at Christ’s Hospital and St. John’s College, Oxford. Pioneering the English Mission, he arrived in London in June 1580 disguised as a jewel merchant.