• Mary Allen

    Hello, I’m Mary, Assistant Archivist at the Jesuits in Britain Archives. I have been working here since the beginning of 2015 and have previously worked and volunteered in a variety of Archive services. What I love about working with archives is that each institution is, by the very nature of archives, unique...

  • Gregory Geoghegan SJ

    Fr Rory been a Jesuit since 1949, taking on various pastoral roles and is currently engaged in retreat works and sculpture as part of his ministry at St Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre

  • Fr Francis 'Joe' Laishly SJ

    Francis 'Joe' Laishley SJ

    Joe was born in Portsmouth, and after education at St Francis Xavier’s in Liverpool and at Portsmouth Grammar School, entered the novitiate in Harlaxton in 1951 at the age of 18.

  • Blessed Francis Page

    Francis Page SJ

    Blessed Francis Page (Date of birth uncertain, 1602) became a Catholic in order to win the hand of the woman he wanted to marry...
  • Geoff Wheaton SJ smiles, mid conversation

    Geoffrey Wheaton SJ

    Geoff became a Jesuit in 1978 after fourteen years as a teacher and headteacher. He is a specialist in art and scripture and lectures around the world.
  • St Henry Walpole SJ

    Henry Walpole SJ

    By the gallows where St Edmund Campion was put to death stood a young student of law, Henry Walpole who, inspired by the example of

  • Norman Tanner SJ

    Norman Tanner SJ

    Norman became Jesuit in 1961. He was dean of church history at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome from 2003-2015 and has written several books on church history.
  • John Moffatt SJ

    John Moffatt SJ

    John joined the Jesuits in 1982 and currently works at the Hurtado Jesuit Centre in Wapping
  • Patrick Purnell Sj

    Patrick Purnell SJ

    Patrick hailed from Cardiff where he was born on 28 November 1923. He first encountered the Jesuits at school – Mount St Mary's College, Spinkhill near Sheffield – and decided to explore his vocation at St Beuno’s in North Wales, at the age of just 17 (September 1941).
  • Dr Anna Abram

    Anna Abram

    Dr Anna Abram teaches philosophical and religious ethics at Heythrop College. She is a tutor on the Living Theology summer school.
  • Henry Morse SJ 1595-1645

    Henry Morse SJ

    St Henry Morse SJ was captured and imprisoned five times before being executed for treason in 1645. He was canonised in 1929 as one of the 40 martyrs of England and Wales.
  • Derrick Maitland SJ 1924-2015

    Derrick Maitland SJ

    Derrick worked in the Guyana mission from 1963-2008 as a parish priest and teacher. He died on 12th January 2015, aged 90.

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