British Jesuit Chaplains Meet at Campion

Campion Hall recently hosted Jesuit university chaplains from across the British province for an overnight conference designed to share best practices, reflect on Ignatian spirituality, and plan for the future. Participating chaplains had the chance to learn from one another's experiences and consider particular challenges and opportunites at their respective schools. They also joined the community of Campion students, fellows, and Jesuits in prayer and daily life. 

The Martin D’Arcy Collection at Campion Hall: in context

We were thrilled recently to host an exclusive talk on the historically significant collection of art, sculpture, and religious iconography housed at Campion Hall. The collection's storied past was expertly presented and explained by Regius Chair of Humanity at the University of Aberdeen Professor Jane Stevenson, an expert in Renaissance and early modern literature and history.

Campion hosts Jesuit educators conference

Over the course of two days later this week, Campion Hall hosted over a dozen educators from Jesuit schools from around the UK and beyond for a conference on the principles of Ignatian pedagogy. Sessions covered themes like 'reflective teaching' and 'forming active agents of change' while participants were also be able to pray and interact with the Campion community.

Coming to Campion from everywhere from Derbyshire to Copenhagen, these teachers and administrators represent the vibrant and diverse laymen and women who help sustain the Society of Jesus' educational apostolate. 

Senior Research Fellow Launch's New Edited Volume

In their new book, The New Testament and the Church: Essays in Honor of John Muddiman, Campion Senior Research Fellow Rev'd Professor John Barton FBA and Peter Groves present a range of chapters by leading scholarly voices from the worlds of biblical studies and the Church, looking at the study of the New Testament within and around the Church and the impact it has had and can have on Christian theology. 

Ignatian Nativity Reflection

Find below the Second Contemplation on the Nativity from the Spiritual Exercises St. Ignatius of Loyola

The narrative here will be how Our Lady, almost nine months pregnant (as we may devoutly think of her) and seated on a donkey, with Joseph and a servant girl, taking with them an ox, set out from Nazareth for Bethlehem to pay the tribute which Caesar had imposed on all those lands.

'Guardian' Reviews Campion Senior Fellow's New Book

Writing for the Gaurdian, Kirsty Gunn reviews Campion Senior Research Fellow and Archivist Peter Davidson's new book, The Last of the Light: About Twilight. Gunn praises the "magical qualities" of Davidson's writings, Gunn recommends the book as both a "celebration and an inquiry into the significance of temperature and skies, especially at this time of year, when we are in the twilight of the seasons." 

Gunn writes:


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