Friday, December 04, 2015

Sarah Teather joins the Jesuits

From the Jesuits in Britain website:
Sarah Teather has been appointed as the Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service in the UK (JRS UK). Formerly the Member of Parliament for the London constituency of Brent Central, Sarah joined the International Advocacy team of JRS in June 2015. 
As an advocacy advisor, she has visited JRS projects all over the world, including Lebanon, South Sudan, Uganda, Macedonia and the southern coast of Italy where so many attempt dangerous crossings to Europe over the Mediterranean Sea
Congratulations to Sarah on her new job. I blogged about her religion and likely future career last year.

Ignatius of Loyola is 524.


Richard Gadsden said...

The Spanish Inquisition were mostly Dominicans, not Jesuits.

Jonathan Calder said...

I didn't expect that.