• Anthony Nye SJ

    Anthony Nye SJ

    Tony has been superior of Mount Street and Wimbledon communities. He is a member of the Mount Street community, directs the Spiritual Exercises and is on the parish team.
  • Jim Crampsey SJ

    James Crampsey SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1964. Jim has taught in Heythrop and was a superior before being appointed provincial in 1993. Following his provincialate he worked in Southall parish and at present he is superior and director of the Lauriston Jesuit Centre in Edinburgh.
  • The Clink Prison, London Bridge

    Ralph Emerson SJ

    Ralph Emerson was born in 1553, entered the Society in Rome in 1580 and took his vows at Novellara in 1582. He became Edmund Campion’s assistant and one of the first Jesuit missionaries sent to England...
  • Ralph Ashley SJ

    Ralph Ashley SJ

    Prior to his execution, his last words were, “What a happy man am I to follow the steps of my Father unto death.” Ralph Ashley was beatified in 1929.
  • Alexander Briant SJ

    Alexander Briant SJ

    Alexander Briant was born in Somerset, England on 17th August 1556, and studied at Harts Hall in Oxford. His feast day is celebrated on 1st December, the day of his martyrdom.
  • Francis Xavier SJ

    Francis Xavier SJ

    In total, Francis spent ten years working as a missionary in Asia; some have called him the greatest missionary since Saint Paul.
  • Gerry J Hughes SJ

    Gerard J. Hughes SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1951. Gerry J was vice-principal at Heythrop College before being appointed Master of Campion Hall in 1992. He has written several books and had many articles published. He still lives at Campion Hall in Oxford.

  • Michael Smith SJ

    Michael Smith SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1963. For 9 years Mike was superior and director of the Southwell House Youth Project. He is currently superior of the Glasgow community, Director of the Ogilvie Centre, school chaplain to St Aloysius College and is the province Safeguarding Officer.
  • Michael Holman SJ, Principal of Heythrop College

    Michael Holman SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1974. Michael was headmaster of Wimbledon College for 9 years before being appointed provincial in 2005. He was principal of Heythrop College 2011-16 and is now parish priest at St Aloysius Glasgow.

  • Philip Endean SJ

    Philip Endean SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1977. Philip is a professor of spirituality. In 2011 he was visiting professor of spirituality at Boston College and is currently working in Centre Sevres in Paris for a year.
  • Michael Campbell-Johnston's first mass in Mexico

    Michael Campbell-Johnson SJ

    Became a Jesuit in 1949. Michael was appointed provincial in 1987. Much of his ministry has been in the Caribbean and Guyana. He finally returned to the UK in 2010 and is a writer based in the Mount Street community.
  • 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.

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