Rev'd Gerard Ryan, SJ introduces himself.
Rev'd James Hanvey, SJ found himself captivated by ‘Iñigo’, Jonathan Moore’s new play about the life of St Ignatius, now on stage at London’s White Bear Theatre. This intelligent production explores ‘that strange asymmetry between the life and the achievement’ of Ignatius, and in doing so it issues the audience with a subtle invitation to participate in the drama of divine presence.
Rev'd James Hanvey, SJ, Master of Campion Hall, Oxford, expands on his earlier talk on 'care' and 'dignity' in the modern NHS from a theological perspective. Heythrop College, central London, 1 November 2014.
Rev'd Dr Gerry Arbuckle, SM gives an afternoon address on prophetic leadership in modern healthcare. Heythrop College, central London, 1 November 2014.
In early May 2014, "Migration, Faith, and Action: Shifting the Discourse" an interdisciplinary conference took place. Sponsored by Las Casas Institute, The Oxford research Centre for The Humanities (TORCH) and Campion Hall, the conference offered an opportunity to reflect on the role that Faith and Faith-based organizations have on shifting the discourse regarding migration.