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As part of our mission to help Association members to actively develop your faith, we forge relationships with other Jesuit and charitable organisations.  Please explore the links below.

You’ll also find details of our latest charitable activity, and how you can get involved, in the Association section of Stonyhurst news.

World Congress of Jesuit Alumni

As you may know, 2017  brings an exciting event for the World Union, the 9th World Congress of Jesuit Alumni, to be held in Cleveland, OH – USA from June 28th to July 2nd. This quadrennial event is the Alumni reunion by excellence, as Alumni from all over the world gather to share experiences and thoughts on topics and needs that are relevant to our ever-changing world. The theme will be: Uniting Jesuit Frontiers.

Some of the Congress highlights are:

  • First Congress to be held in the North-American Region.
  • The Congress is organized in association with the John Carroll University.
  • Top of the line lecturers and speakers, including Jesuits, academics, business people and celebrities and leaders in diverse social, cultural and economic fields
  • Cultural, social activities and visits
  • Diverse types of accommodation, according to your lifestyle and budget.
  • Sharing with over a thousand fellow Alumni from all over the world.
  • Learning more about our potential as Jesuit Alumni, and our responsibility to go beyond our comfort zone, towards reaching those in need and taking up the challenges we are confronted with in our daily lives. Registration process is now open!

Please download the invitation for more information:

World Union of Jesuit Alumni

Jesuit Missions

Jesuit Missions is an organisation set up to provide support and funds for missionaries in Guyana, Zimbabwe and South Africa.  The missionaries themselves are Jesuits, and their duty is to serve the communities in which they are based.  This work includes education, feeding programmes, hospitals, orphanages, community centres and – in times of drought and famine – emergency aid.

As well as supporting the work of British Jesuits, Jesuit Missions assist those from other Provinces working in the developing world.  We support missionaries and their work in Rwanda, Nepal, Bosnia, Philippines, Cambodia, India, Kenya and other developing nations.

Jesuit Missions also runs JM Volunteering, offering young people the opportunity to work on six-month placements with the Jesuits abroad.

Jesuit Missions
11 Edge Hill
London SW19 4LR

Tel. 020 8946 0466
Fax: 020 8946 2292

Jesuit Volunteer Corps  

JV is a network of different agencies that provide opportunities for adults to volunteer in a way that integrates their skills with their values. All Jesuit Volunteers work with people whose lives are affected by poverty, exclusion or injustice, following the example of Jesus. They use the tools of Ignatian spirituality to reflect upon their work.

For more information, visit the Jesuit volunteering web site:

Jesuit Refugee Service

The Jesuit Refugee Service is an international Catholic non-governmental organisation, at work in over 50 countries, with a mission to accompany, serve and defend the rights of refugees and forcibly displaced people.

The purpose of JRS UK is to accompany, to serve and to advocate on behalf of all asylum seekers from their first arrival until they are satisfactorily settled. This work is carried out in collaboration with other JRS offices round the world, other Church and secular organisations, voluntary and governmental, which are active in the same field.

Jesuit Refugee Service
Hurtado Jesuit Centre
2 Chandler Street

Tel: 020 7488 7310
Fax: 020 7488 7329

Sacred Space

This is a Jesuit run prayer site, inviting you to make a ‘Sacred Space’ in your day, praying here and now, as you visit the website, with the help of scripture chosen every day and on-screen guidance.

Pray As You Go

Daily prayer for your mp3 player run by the Jesuit Media Initiatives

Other useful contacts 

The British Jesuits

Christian Life Community

St Beuno’s Retreat Centre

Mount Street Jesuit Centre

Farm Street Church

Jesuits and Friends