Fr Bernard Egan SJ with 2nd Battalion Parachute regiment 1944

70th anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem - the "bridge too far", and the story of the Jesuit paratrooper (far left front row)

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Henri de Lubac SJ

Henri de Lubac SJ is the featured Jesuit for September in our restoration 2014 calendar.

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School children in Zimbabwe

Education for Justice: a workshop in London and Zimbabwe for teachers and chaplains

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A Young Ferguson Man is approached by heavily armed Police

In light of recent events in Ferguson, Fr Frank Turner SJ gives us some insight into the situation many young black Americans face today.

Death in Ferguson

Magnifying the Lord - The newest Jesuit on the block Carlos Chuquihuara SJ recently took his first vows.

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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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  • 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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Our People

  • Br Alan Harrison SJ

    Alan Harrison SJ

    Br Alan became a Jesuit in in 1964. He was a Province Consultor for ten years, as well as being National Christian Life Community Ecclesiastical Assistant and member of the Mount Street Jesuit Centre team.
  • Cuthbert McGinity SJ 1882-1918

    Cuthbert McGinity SJ

    Cuthbert McGinity SJ became an army chaplain shortly after his ordination in 1916. He served in northern Italy 1917-1918 and died of exposure just after the armistice.
  • 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.