Jesuit Intellectual Apostolate meeting

Over several days in early June, Jesuits from the four provinces of Britain, Ireland, Netherlands and Flanders (N. Belgium) met at Campion Hall to discuss the Society of Jesus' intellectual apostolate. The meeting was for Jesuits who are under 65 and are working in the academic apostolate from these provinces, and featured paper presentations on the theme "Being Human Today" in response to Fr General's 2014 letter on the intellectual apostolate of the Society.

Campion hosts guests for annual Garden Party

The Campion Hall community was pleased to welcome guests for its annual Garden Party last week. Held during one of Oxford's rare days of sunshine, the Garden Party was a pleasant opportunity for friends of the Hall, alumni of Jesuit schools around the world, and various other well-wishers to come by and toast what was hopefully a productive academic year. The Master of Campion Hall, Rev'd Dr James Hanvey, SJ, presided and hosted while members of the Hall community helped make guests feel at home. 

Campion Welcomes Distinguished Guests

The old Irish greeting, Cead Mile Failte, “a hundred thousand welcomes”, was clearly appropriate at Campion Hall on 13th May, when Oxford University’s recently appointed Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson FRSA, formally graced the Hall with her company for the first time, at a Guest Night dinner at which participants included some members of the Jesuit community and other guests who also hailed from her native Ireland.

Campion to host Vice Chancellor Louise Richardson

Campion Hall is pleased to host the University of Oxford's Vice Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson for the first Formal Guest Night of Trinity Term. A distinguished political scientist and accomplished educator, Professor Richardson became Oxford's first female Vice Chancellor in January of this year, prior to which she served as Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of St. Andrew's in Scotland and as Executive Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. 


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