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.
As the Church moves its way through the Christmas season, please enjoy the classic poem by T.S. Eliot, 'The Journey of the Magi', reproduced below:
The Journey Of The Magi
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.
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."
Campion Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Hindu Studies and Comparative Religion Gavin Flood, FBA, shares a previously published article entitled "Self Fragmentation in the Modern World"
Self and Fragmentation in the Modern World
Emilio Travieso, SJ, is a DPhil student in the Oxford Department of International Development working under Dr. Laura Rival. He does research in partnership with grassroots organizations that are building sustainable, healthy, and just food systems. Below is the second part in a series of reports from the field where Emilio will explain his work and its place in the larger Jesuit mission.
Join us on Thursday 3 December from 5.30 - 7.00 p.m. at Campion Hall to celebrate St. Omers Press' publication of a careful facsimile of the catalogue of the Collegio Romano by the 17th century Jesuit polymath Athanisus Kircher, SJ.
Born in 1992, Hamish Dustagheer completed undergraduate studies at the Royal College of Music, London in summer 2014, graduating with First-Class Honours and awarded the Keyboard Prize. He studied with Gordon Fergus-Thompson (concert pianist) and Sophie-Véronique Cauchefer-Choplin (organist of Saint-Sulpice, Paris) and has remained under their tutelage to this day. During his time at Royal College he achieved examination and competition success, as well as obtaining the Fellowship of the Royal Schools of Music.
The Campion Hall community warmly welcomes Jesuit alumni in Oxford to an informal end-of-term drinks reception on Friday of 7th Wk.
Part of the extended Jesuit family? Stop by Campion Hall Friday, 27 Nov. to say hello and enjoy a drink.