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Monday, September 26, 2016
Jesuit reflections on the Papal Visit
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From the elderly to the youngest, people throughout the  Jesuit British Province shared in the Papal Visit.

They included Julie-Anne Cutler,  head teacher at St Thomas Garnet School in Corpus Christi parish in Boscombe who attended the Great Assembly at Twickenham with pupils;  Fr Paul Nicholson SJ, Director of Novices in the inter-Provincial Jesuit novitiate in Birmingham, who recalls the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman at Cofton Park; Fr Peter Griffiths SJ, parish priest of St Aloysius in Glasgow, who was among the celebrants at the Bellahouston Papal Mass and Brother Bernard Elliot SJ of the Jesuit Refugee Service who  was at Hyde Park. 

To read a series of reflections on the Papal Visit, see: www.jesuit.org.uk/latest/newsindex.htm

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Tags: Boscombe, Brother Bernard Elliot SJ, Fr Paul Nicholson SJ, Fr Peter Griffiths SJ, Jesuit Refugee Service, Julie-Anne Cutler, St Thomas Garnet School


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