• Edmund Campion SJ

    Edmund Campion SJ

    Born in London on 24 January 1540. Campion studied at Christ’s Hospital and St. John’s College, Oxford. Pioneering the English Mission, he arrived in London in June 1580 disguised as a jewel merchant.
  • Thomas Lith SJ

    Thomas Lith (or Lish) SJ

    Born in 1536, Lith was the first English Jesuit.
  • Leslie Walker SJ a WW1 chaplain and artist

    Leslie Walker SJ

    Leslie Walker was born in 1877 to a non-conformist family in Birmingham. He was received into the Church and became a Jesuit in 1899.
  • Anthony Meredith SJ

    Anthony Meredith SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1954. Anthony’s more recent ministry has included a 2-year stretch teaching at Hekima College in Nairobi but for several years he has been based in the Mount Street community while teaching at Heythrop College and assisting in the parish.
  • Andrew Cameron-Mowat SJ, Parish Priest of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm st

    Andrew Cameron-Mowat SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1980. For several years Andrew was superior for the Brixton scholastic community consisting of three houses. He teaches liturgy at Heythrop and is the assistant for formation and the parish priest of Farm Street church

  • Brian Purfield of the Mount Street Jesuit Centre

    Brian Purfield

    Brian has been a member of he Mount Street Jesuit Centre team since it started 10 years ago. He teaches scripture courses.

  • Simon Bishop SJ

    Simon Bishop SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1993. Simon has been a school chaplain and more recently chaplain to the University of Oxford. In December 2013 Simon became the province Director of Spirituality.

  • Patrick Connors SJ

    Patrick Connors SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1952. Paddy spent many years in Guyana before returning to the UK in 2000. He then worked with the poorest people in Liverpool for 10 years before moving to Stamford Hill to work in the parish.

  • Liz Locke

    Elizabeth Lock

    Liz is the Assistant Editor of The Way. She is based at Campion Hall in Oxford.

  • Dominic Robinson

    Dominic Robinson SJ

    Dominic is the parish priest at Farm Street Church in central London.

  • Kensy Joseph

    Kensy Joseph SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 2007. Kensy studied philosophy in India and did his regency in Ireland. He has started studying for a BD in theology at Heythrop College.

  • Stephen Power SJ

    Stephen Power SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1980. Br Stephen has spent many years working in JRS several African countries before moving to Rome as assistant international director. He was appointed province treasurer in 2010.

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