• 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.
  • Martin D'Arcy SJ

    Martin D'Arcy SJ

    Martin D'Arcy became a Jesuit in 1906. He was Provincial 1945-50, and was a prolific writer and collector of art objects.
  • Tim Byron SJ

    Tim Byron SJ

    Currently chaplain to the Universities of Manchester, and priest at the Holy Name Church, Manchester. Became a Jesuit in 1998. Tim has previously taught and been chaplain in Wimbledon College and St Ignatius College.
  • Bl Ralph Corby SJ 1599-1644

    Ralph Corby SJ

    Ralph Corby was a Jesuit martyred in 1644 during the English Civil War.
  • Brendan Callaghan SJ

    Brendan is a clinical psychologist. He became a Jesuit in 1967. Among his past jobs he has been Principal of Heythrop 1987-1995 and Master of Campion Hall from 2008-13. He is now the novice director.

  • Gerry Gallen SJ

    Gerard Gallen SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1991. Gerard returned to the province in 2004 after studying at Boston College. He has been chaplain to Wimbledon College and St Aloysius College. At present he is chaplain to St Joseph’s Hospice, Hackney.

  • Bernard Vaughan SJ (1847-1922)

    Bernard Vaughan SJ

    Fr Vaughan became a Jesuit in 1866 and found fame delivering popular but controversial lectures. He was brother to Cardinal Vaughan and a friend of Edward VII.
  • Peter Scally SJ

    Peter Scally SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1993. Peter created Jesuit Media Initiatives out of which came the creation of Pray-as-you-go and Thinking Faith. He is now parish priest at Sacred Heart Edinburgh.

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