Jesuits in Britain Archives

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The purpose of the Jesuit in Britain Archives is to collect, preserve and make available records concerning the Jesuits in Britain. 

Collections held

The collection contains papers relating to the administration of the British Province by the Provincial Curia as well as personal papers and correspondence of deceased members of the Province. It includes records of Jesuit communities, of Province works, and material relating to the overseas missionary work of the Province. In addition, it contains records for the Cause of the Holy Martyrs and an antiquarian book collection consisting of works by members of the Province and those defined as being important for the post-Reformation history of Catholicism in Britain and/or the history and spirituality of the Society. The archives exist in a wide variety of formats: paper records; photographs; microfilm; film; tape recordings and digitally born records.

The Archive is part of the Network of Archives & Libraries of the Catholic Church and as material is catalogued it will be made available online through the Catholic Heritage website. 

Access

The Archive of the Jesuits in Britain is a private archive and access is by appointment only, and at the discretion of the Archivist. Researchers are asked to apply in writing to visit the archives, providing details of their research topic.

Contact details

Enquiries to: Archivist
Address: 114 Mount Street, London, W1K 3AH, United Kingdom
Telephone: 02075294836