• The Hurtado Jesuit Centre is a place of welcome and community in Wapping in London’s East End.

    We organise a range of events in and for the local community. Our events have three main aims. The first is to promote and support the work of social justice. Our second is to impart the riches of Ignatian spirituality. Our third is to build a community with Christ at its centre.

  • Based in the heart of Wapping, London

    The Hurtado Jesuit Centre seeks to embed itself in the community it finds itself. We serve the community of Wapping, and the deanery of Tower Hamlets.

  • The Centre’s patron is St Alberto Hurtado (1901-1952)

    Alberto was an ordained Jesuit priest, a qualified lawyer and an energetic social worker, enabling him to defend and promote the rights of the poor in church, in court and in every public sphere.

Ignatian Day – Saturday 29th July

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Ignatian Day – Saturday 29th July

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Is there any Inconsistency between Christianity and Science?   – Fr Andrew Pinsent

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Hurtado Jesuit Centre shared their event.

On Saturday 29th July, the Hurtado Jesuit Centre will offer an Ignatian Day, in which the life of St Alberto Hurtado SJ and St Ignatius will be explored. This is a way of celebrating the feasts of both Saints (31st July St Ignatius, 18th of August St Alberto Hurtado).

Programme of the day:

10:30 - “Alberto Hurtado: the fight against indifference” talk, followed by a reflection.
12:30 – Lunch
13:30 - Film screen "Ignacio de Loyola", a movie about the conversion of St Ignatius, directed by Paolo Dy.

Suggested donation: £10 (lunch included)

Looking forward to see you!!!
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