• Robert Murray SJ

    Fr Robert Murray SJ, author of The Cosmic Covenant died peacefully on Tuesday 24th April in the Corpus Christi Jesuit community in Boscombe, after a short illness. He was 92 years old, and had been a Jesuit for 68 years. 

  • Christopher Brolly SJ

    Christopher Brolly SJ is a Jesuit in formation. He made his first vows in September 2017 and is currently studying philosophy at Centre Sèvres, Paris.

  • Nicholas Austin SJ

    Nick became a Jesuit in 1996. He teaches moral philosophy and is a spiritual director and province consultor.  

  • Brian McClorry SJ

    Brian joined the Jesuits in 1964.  He has worked in the noviciate, as a unviersity chaplain, and now directs the spiritual exercises at St Beuno's.

  • James Brodrick SJ

    James Brodrick was one of the Society’s great historians. He was ordanied in 1923 and lived most of his life in the House of Writers at Farm Street.

  • James Hodkinson SJ

    Brother James joined the Jesuits in 1946.  He worked as a cook for many years in the Oxfordshire Heythrop, and at Manresa House Roehampton.  He now lives in London.

  • Arturo Sosa SJ

    Fr Sosa, from Venezuela, was elected the 31st General of the Jesuits in 2016. 

  • Rene de los Reyes SJ

    Rene de los Reyes is originally from the Philippines and joined the British Jesuits in 2015.  He is currently studying Philosophy in Toronto.

  • Robert Styles SJ

    Bob Styles SJ was born in 1936, and joined the Noviciate in 1959.

  • Dave Stewart SJ

    David Stewart SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1985. David is the National director of the Pope's global prayer network and works with the spirituality outreach team. He is also on the parish team at St Ignatius Stamford Hill.

  • Elaine Rawlins

    I have been working as the director of London Jesuit Volunteers based in Mount Street for the past two years.

  • Oliver Rafferty SJ

    Oliver Rafferty joined the Jesuits in 1979.  He has worked in social justice and academe and is currently Professor of Modern Irish and Ecclesiastical History at Boston College, Massachusetts.

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