Blog: Ignatian Tradition

Blog articles from JRS UK

“Compassion and dignity compel us to approach each person with an open heart”

11 August 2021

Government proposals would turn our backs on obligations in the Refugee Convention, writes Will

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The legacy of St Ignatius of Loyola

31 July 2021

“We are not concerned just with the survival of refugees, but with their full development.”

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“To walk together is both our nature and our deep need.”

17 June 2021

This Refugee Week volunteer Chris reflects on the experiences of immigration detainees.

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Baby Bundles that bring joy & wellbeing to refugee families

13 May 2021

"One of my favourite tasks is to compile a baby bundle for friends" writes Jasmine

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“If I work I go to prison”

29 April 2021

On the feast of St Joseph the Worker this weekend, refugees reflect on the ban on working

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“Dying and rising with Jesus”

01 April 2021

Sr Vianney reflects on how refugee friends reflect the suffering of Jesus this Easter Triduum

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Messages of hope and solidarity

05 November 2020

Jo invites you to send a little bit of hope to our refugee friends this Christmas

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“Their freedom taken by each turning key”

14 October 2020

This Prisons Week, Will reflects on the sense of freedom lost among our friends in detention

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“Having a safe place to stay seems so obvious”

07 October 2020

There are many ways you can join us in taking action for World Homelessness Week, writes Jo

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‘We meet Jesus when we meet with our refugee friends’

24 September 2020

Nick reflects on Pope Francis's message for this year's World Day of Migrants and Refugees

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