The London Jesuit Centre is a place for the teaching and discussion of theology, the study and practice of the spiritual life, and engagement with issues of social and environmental justice, for the greater glory of God and the common good.

The London Jesuit Centre offers a programme of events, courses and retreats. It is also a centre for individual spiritual direction and training and professional development in spiritual accompaniment. All are welcome to participate in the London Jesuit Centre programme.

The London Jesuit Centre is a work of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). St Ignatius Loyola visited London in 1531 and St Edmund Campion was martyred at Tyburn in 1580. In modern times, Jesuits have worked in this part of London since the 1830s, establishing their church at Farm Street in 1849.

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