Gerard Kilroy recounts the final days and hours of Edmund Campion's life, and looks at how their events reveal different aspects of his character: the friend; the scholar; the saint and martyr.
A startling exhibition of relics at the British Museum until 9 October features important contributions from the British Province of the Society of Jesus and Stonyhurst College.
Moses sets 'life and prosperity, death and disaster' before the people. Moses says, 'choose life', and so does Jesus: even though it seems strange and unattractive, his way in fact leads to life.
In an article for the Ignatian jubilee year in 1991, Philip Endean SJ compared Ignatius with another 16th century figure in whose tradition millions of Christians continue to practise their faith.
Louise Zanre, Director of Jesuit Refugee Service UK, begins Thinking Faith’s series for Refugee Week 2011 by asking why a change in popular opinion about refugees is needed now more than ever
The author recounts Ricci’s slow geographical, spiritual and intellectual journey from Portuguese Goa to the Beijing of the Ming dynasty. Despite Ricci’s current status as poster boy of the principle of accommodation (or inculturation), he and his method were not always in favour.
Joe Egerton argues that a debate in Parliament regarding pensions and investments is testing whether Robert Parsons was correct to believe that a reformed Commons, in charge of its own agenda, would be a witness for justice and truth.
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