Sunday 7pm Young Adult Mass
at Mount Street, W1K 3AH
Join other Young Adults for Weekly Sunday Mass and Social Time at the Jesuit Church in Mount Street, London
Exploring Laudato Si’: for 18-35 yr olds
Stepping Stones to an integral ecology
Sat 16 Mar 11am-5pm, Clapham
Environmental challenges are arguably the most fundamental issue now facing the global community. A mix of talks, workshops and reflection, will explore distinctive features of what Pope Francis intends when he speaks of integral ecology.
Prof Celia Deane Drummond,
Laudato Si Research Institute, Campion Hall, Oxford
Prof Deane-Drummond, researches the intersection of science, theology and environmental ethics. Her most recent books are A Primer in Ecotheology: Theology for a Fragile Earth (2017) and Theology & Ecology Across the Disciplines: On Care for Our Common Home (2018).
For information firstname.lastname@example.org
Future dates, on topics to be announced: 13 April, 25 May, 15 June
Make a retreat
To savour a moment of silence in order to hear God by stepping out of the busy-ness of your life, go, for a weekend or longer, to St Beuno’s, the Jesuit Retreat House in North Wales or make an online retreat during Lent as you continue your daily daily life, or Pray as you go as you travel, or in short moments of quiet during your day.
Cost £90.00, Subsidies available for Young Adults.
Fri 26 – Sun 28 Apr 2019 (4pm)
St Beuno’s, N Wales, LL17 0AS
Laudato Si Retreat
5-7 April in Birmingham £65.00, contact email@example.com
To help you understand the faith and Christian Life read articles from Thinking Faith, the online journal of the Jesuits in Britain.
Living Stones: evangelizing through art
International Formation Meeting
Encounters with Modern and Contemporary Art
Thursday 2 May (4.00pm) – Sunday 5 May 2018 (lunch)
Deadline for registration: 28 February 2019
Info and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
Living Stones is an international communion of Christian youth communities which aims to announce Jesus Christ – that is, the Beauty of the Church – through the beauty of sacred and religious heritage.
The Living Stones communities have a distinctive style that gives priority to prayer, intense community life, theological and art-historical formation, simplicity, service, the attention to marginalised people and complete gratuity.