4th March 2021
How Bleedeth Burning Love
An online exhibition of relics of the Reformation Martyrs held by the British Jesuit Province brings to life the stories not just of the martyrs but of those who were sustained by their witness.
28th November 2017
Evelyn Waugh’s Edmund Campion: ‘Walking at our elbow’
The editor of a new edition of Evelyn Waugh's 'Edmund Campion' describes the motivations behind and evolution of Waugh’s ‘work of imaginative literature’.
17th February 2016
Faith: the substance of things to be hoped for
Gerard Kilroy describes a memorable evening of ecumenical discussion and shared liturgy at Hampton Court Palace which would, he says, have met with the approval of Edmund Campion.
25th February 2015
The Jesuits and the Tudors
Elizabeth I came to the throne on 17 November 1558. Daniel Kearney explores the how the early Jesuits tried to preserve Catholicism in Tudor England.
30th November 2012
Keeping the Martyrs Alive
How do historical martyrdoms inform our lives as followers of Christ today? 'Perhaps when questions are resolved and peace is restored the impact of martyrdom becomes weaker'.
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