• Michael Barnes SJ

    Michael Barnes SJ

    Prof. Michael Barnes SJ is a graduate of London, Oxford and Cambridge universities. He became a Jesuit in 1965 and has taught at Heythrop since 1981.

  • A collage of some of the Jesuit chaplains that served in 1914

    Jesuit chaplains of 1914

    Read the stories of the Jesuits that served as chaplains after the outbreak of WW1 in 1914.

  • Fr Bernard Darke SJ 1925-1979

    Bernard Darke SJ

    Bernard Darke was murdered in Guyana in 1979. He had spent 19 years as a teacher at St Stanislaus College and was an accomplished photographer.
  • Gerard W Hughes SJ

    Gerard W Hughes SJ

    Gerry W Hughes became a Jesuit in 1942. He is best known as the author of "God of Surprises".
  • Peter Randall SJ

    Peter Randall SJ

    Peter became a Jesuit in 1988. He was parish priest of Sacred Heart Edinburgh, before moving to St Ignatius Stamford Hill where was parish priest 2006-2014. He is now on the parish team at St Wilfrid's Preston.

  • Bl John Cornelius SJ 1557-94

    John Cornelius SJ

    Cornelius spent ten years in secret ministry in England before being arrested and executed for high treason with four lay companions in 1594. He was beatified in 1929.
  • Bernard Basset SJ 1909-88

    Bernard Basset SJ

    Basset was known for his championship of the laity. He was a teacher and retreat director and wrote many books of popular spirituality
  • Tony Horan SJ

    Tony Horan SJ

    Tony became a Jesuit in 1952. He specialises in teaching people how to pray. He has worked in schools and spirituality centres, most recently the Mount Street Jesuit Centre.
  • Paul Fletcher SJ

    Paul Fletcher SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1988. Paul specialises in spirituality and ministry to the deaf. He was appointed superior  of the Loyola Jesuit community in Wimbledon.

  • Br Alan Harrison SJ

    Alan Harrison SJ

    Br Alan became a Jesuit in in 1964. He was a Province Consultor for ten years, as well as being National Christian Life Community Ecclesiastical Assistant and member of the Mount Street Jesuit Centre team.
  • Gerard Lorriman SJ 1915 – 2011

    Gerard Lorriman SJ

    Gerry became a Jesuit aged 55 after a career as a chest doctor. Assigned to Cape Town in the 1980s he bore witness to and supported the struggle against apartheid. He was chaplain to prisoners on Robben Island and knew Nelson Mandela.
  • Michael Ashworth SJ

    Michael Ashworth SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1976. Was previously parish priest at St Francis Xavier Liverpool and now assists at Farm St parish.

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