• 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).
  • 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.
  • William Hewett SJ

    William Hewett SJ

    Billy joined the Jesuits in 1950. He is best known for his innovative dissemination of the spirituality of St Ignatius.

  • St Nicholas Owen 1562-1606

    Nicholas Owen SJ

    St Nicholas Owen was famous as a builder of ingenious priest holes during the Elizabethan and Jacobean era. His was captured and tortured to death following the Gunpowder Plot.
  • William Pearsall SJ

    William Pearsall SJ

    William joined the Jesuits in 1971. He has served as a pastor to street homeless in London. He was parish priest at Farm Street Church from 2005 to 2012, and is now on the chaplaincy team at Manchester Universities' catholic Chaplaincy
  • Peter Edmonds SJ

    Peter Edmonds SJ

    Peter joined the Jesuits in 1958 and spent many years teaching in Zimbabwe before joining the team which established Hekima College in Nairobi 30 years ago. He now lives in our community in Stamford Hill.
  • James Campbell SJ

    James Campbell SJ

    James became a Jesuit in 1986 after a decade long career studying and working in environmental management. He has recently completed his PhD in canon law.

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