6th June 2016

Philosophy on Tap 1

Philosophy on Tap is a series of talks on Political Philosophy held in venues around the East End. All the  venues are opening their kitchens and bars. Venues are open from 6.30pm and talks start at 7.30pm,...

20th June 2016

Philosophy on Tap 2

Philosophy on Tap is a series of talks on Political Philosophy held in venues around the East End. All the  venues are opening their kitchens and bars. Venues are open from 6.30pm and talks start at 7.30pm,...

4th July 2016

Philosophy on Tap 3

Philosophy on Tap is a series of talks on Political Philosophy held in venues around the East End. All the  venues are opening their kitchens and bars. Venues are open from 6.30pm and talks start at 7.30pm,...

23rd July 2016

Study Day

Is Religion Good for You? Has become a more pressing question, due to the rise of militant Islam and radical secularism. The increasing temptation to give this question a negative answer makes finding...

17th September 2016

The Journey of the Pilgrim

  St Ignatius always referred to himself as 'the Pilgrim'. This reflection morning includes a talk on the life of St Ignatius, and a reflection on his journey. The day is the beginning and introduction...

22nd October 2016

Shiplake to The Shrine of Our Lady of Caversham

About: The Shrine of Our Lady of Caversham was an important pilgrimage site in England until the reformation. In fact Catherine of Aragon is one of the last pilgrims the site saw. It has been restored,...

5th November 2016

Goring to Tilehurst via St Mary’s Whitchurch

About the walk: This walk passes along the Thames path, along the section associated with Wind in the Willows. Pangbourne, where lunch is was the village Kenneth Grahame spent the last years of his life....

10th December 2016

Exercises on the Journey

This reflection morning includes an introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius, and how these can be useful on our spiritual journey. The morning is an opportunity to extend and deepen the...

14th January 2017

A rest by the Wayside: the gifts of Creation

The centre is continuing its theme of pilgrimage in 2017 with more pilgrim walks and accompanying times of prayer. On the morning of the 14th Ann Dunne will introduce 'The Principle and Foundation'....

1st February 2017

Ethical Investment: Property

This seminar was the first of a series of three. They were aimed at investors, treasurers, and those directly related, either practically or academically with investment. Speakers: Professor Anne...

11th February 2017

Choosing our Path

The centre is continuing its theme of pilgrimage in 2017 with more pilgrim walks and accompanying times of prayer. On the morning of the 11th Fr John Moffatt SJ will introduce 'Consolation and Desolation'....

23rd February 2017

Ethical Investment: Mining

This seminar was the second in the series of three. They were aimed at investors, treasurers, and those directly related, either practically or academically with investment. Speakers: Andy Whitmore...

11th March 2017

Pilgrimage Walk: St Albans

A walk through the countryside culminating at the beautiful shrine of St Alban. This is an opportunity to meet other pilgrims, find time and space to pray and think, and visit one of England's fine...

16th March 2017

Ethical Investment: Human Rights

This seminar was the last in the series of three. They were aimed at investors, treasurers, and those directly related, either practically or academically with investment. Speakers: Fr Augusto Zampini,...

8th April 2017

Pilgrimage Walk: Canterbury

A walk through the countryside culminating at the beautiful shrine of St Thomas in Canterbury. This is an opportunity to meet other pilgrims, find time and space to pray and think, and visit one of...

13th May 2017 to 13th May 2017

Snares and Pitfalls in the Path

The centre is continuing its theme of pilgrimage in 2017 with more pilgrim walks and accompanying times of prayer. On the morning of the 13th Ann Dunne will introduce 'The Two Standards'. This is one...

29th May 2017

Philosophy on Tap: Is there any inconsistency between Christianity and Science?

Andrew Pinsent is the Research Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion at Oxford University. Andrew will be addressing the question 'Is there an inconsistency between Christianity and...

5th June 2017

Philosophy on Tap: Five reasons for not believing in God

Fr Stephen Wang is the Senior Catholic Chaplain for the University of London, and also teaches Philosophy and Theology at Allen Hall seminary. He is a clear and engaging public speaker. He will be talking...

20th June 2017

Refugee Week film screening, followed by Q&A

On World Refugee Day, Tuesday 20 June, the Jesuit Refugee Service and Hurtado Jesuit Centre invites you to an  evening of film and discussion. Join us at the Hurtado Jesuit Centre to watch Vol Special,...

24th June 2017

Understanding Radicalisation

Rashad Ali from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue and Damian Howard SJ of Heythrop College, University of London, will present a morning workshop on Radicalisation. The event will explore the nature...